PM Modi urged his party members to raise public awareness about the spread of blatant lies. PM stated that “false narratives” about his government are being spread as part of a larger conspiracy to create political instability in the country, and he urged BJP members to raise public awareness about them.
On the occasion of his party’s 41st foundation day, Modi stated that blatant lies such as farmers’ land being seized, citizenship of some people being revoked, reservation being abolished, or the Constitution being changed are spread by specific individuals and organizations.
He claimed that false narratives had spread throughout his government’s policies, including farm laws, the Citizenship (Amendment) Act, and labor laws.
“It is the result of deliberate politics. It is a large conspiracy, and its goal is to cause political instability in the country by spreading misinformation and instilling irrational fears,” he said, informing BJP members about this “serious challenge.” “.He asked party members to be on the lookout for them and to go out into the community to spread the word.
Opposition parties have criticized the laws on citizenship, farm and labour reforms, and other issues, some of which the prime minister has repeatedly dismissed as blatant lies. Modi also slammed those who have dubbed the BJP a “election-winning machine” for its poll victories, accusing them of double standards, saying rival parties and leaders are lauded when they win.
These people do not understand the Indian people’s maturity or democracy, nor do they value citizens’ hopes, expectations, and dreams.
The BJP is a continuous movement to win people’s hearts because it has served people honestly for five years, whether in government or outside, he said. The poor and rural India have embraced the BJP because, for the first time, they have seen ‘antyodaya’ (welfare for the most disadvantaged) realized through various schemes.
To make his point, the prime minister cited some welfare measures implemented by his administration.