‘Mahatma Gandhi Wanted Congress Disbanded After 1947’: PM Modi’s Attack as Party Meets in Gujarat

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PM Narendra Modi commended the 89th year of the Dandi March on Tuesday with a scorching assault on the Congress, saying Mahatma Gandhi needed the Grand Old gathering to be disbanded after 1947 on the grounds that he understood its way of life is the “counter theory” of Gandhian philosophy.

“In a large number of his works, Gandhi Ji said he doesn’t have faith in disparity and rank divisions. Unfortunately, the Congress has never dithered from separating society,” Modi said in a blog entry on multi day the Congress is booked to meet in Ahmedabad for the CWC meeting to finish its procedure for the Lok Sabha decisions.

Today, 89 years back, Bapu set out on the notable Dandi March. In spite of the fact that went for dissenting out of line Salt Laws, Dandi March shook the establishments of provincial standard and turned into a solid image of battling inj

The Prime Minister called the Dandi March a solid image of bipartisanship with the enthusiasm to “protect the respect of India”. Blaming the Congress for leaving from Gandhian beliefs, Modi likewise said the BJP’s battle against foul play and imbalance is on Gandhi’s way. The Prime Minister additionally tended to the issues of position, debasement, disparity and dynastic legislative issues utilizing Mahatma Gandhi’s words.

Discussing defilement under the Congress, Modi stated: “We have done everything to rebuff the degenerate. In any case, the country has perceived how Congress and defilement have progressed toward becoming equivalent words.”

The Prime Minister likewise took a correspond at Congress for weakening the holiness of vote based system by pronouncing the Emergency under their standard. “The Congress abused Article 356 a few times. On the off chance that they didn’t care for a pioneer, that Government was rejected. Continuously anxious to advance dynastic culture, Congress has no respect for majority rule esteems,” he said.

Congress chief Rahul Gandhi, UPA Chairperson Sonia Gandhi, previous Prime Minister Manmohan Singh and all senior gathering pioneers are relied upon to be at the CWC meeting, which was deferred after the Pulwama dread assault on February 14 and the air strikes by India over the LoC.

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