Congress leader Jairam Ramesh makes big statement over PM Modi’s Patna roadshow

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Asserting that the BJP and BJD symbolize two sides of the identical coin, Jairam Ramesh accused the BJD of tacitly supporting the Modi authorities’s insurance policies whereas sustaining a facade of opposition in Odisha.

Congress General Secretary Jairam Ramesh has launched scathing remarks in opposition to Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s election technique, labelling him as an “outgoing PM” within the Lok Sabha elections. 

“He will continue to do all these things, but it’s clear that he is an outgoing PM in the Lok Sabha elections. We will bid farewell on the 4th because they won’t be getting a mandate. Elections have been held for 379 seats in 4 phases, and it was evident after the second phase that the BJP is clear in South India and half in East and West India,” Ramesh mentioned on Tuesday.

Prime Minister Narendra Modi held a grand roadshow in Patna together with CM Nitish Kumar and BJP leader Ravi Shankar Prasad on Sunday night. Asserting that the BJP and BJD symbolize two sides of the identical coin, Ramesh accused the BJD of tacitly supporting the Modi authorities’s insurance policies whereas sustaining a facade of opposition in Odisha.

“We (Congress) haven’t been in power (in Odisha) for 24 years now. The issues we’re focusing on in this election, such as those concerning farmers, backward classes, tribals, and youth unemployment and inflation, are the same issues we’re fighting for. There’s no real difference between the BJP and BJD; they are two sides of the same coin, Ramesh said. 

“The actual battle on this election in Odisha is between Congress and the BJP – BJD. Although there is not an official alliance between them, unofficially, there’s a coalition as a result of the BJD has supported each coverage of the Modi authorities for the previous 10 years. They help in Delhi and struggle a pleasant battle right here. That’s what’s taking place between the BJP and BJD,” he added.

Ramesh criticised the Pran Prathishta ceremony as a political spectacle aimed at bolstering the image of a political figure, distancing the Congress from the event while affirming their reverence for Lord Ram within Indian society. 

“We are worshippers of Ram, not businessmen; Ram devotion is in our society. Ram resides within the hearts of each Indian, however the ceremony on January 22 was a political occasion, a political present for the ego of a political determine. So, we did not attend, however that does not imply we’re not devotees of Ram,” Ramesh said.

The Ram Mandir was opened to the public after Prime Minister Narendra Modi led the ‘Pran Pratishtha’ ceremony on January 22, which was attended by top sportspeople and celebrities. In the Lok Sabha elections, 4 of Odisha’s constituencies voted in the fourth phase of the general elections. Voting also took place in 28 of the total 147 Assembly seats on May 13.

In the 2019 Assembly election, Biju Janata Dal (BJD) received 112 out of 146 seats, whereas Bharatiya Janta Party (BJP) received 23 seats and Congress received 9. In the 2019 Lok Sabha polls, the Biju Janata Dal (BJD) received nearly all of seats within the state, whereas the BJP and the Congress introduced up the rear. The BJD received 12 seats, the BJP completed an in depth second at 8, and the Congress bagged only a lone seat.

(Except for the headline, this story has not been edited by DNA employees and is revealed from ANI)


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