“The people of this INDIA alliance want to erase that ‘Sanatana Dharma’ which gave inspiration to Swami Vivekananda and Lokmanya Tilak…This INDIA alliance wants to destroy ‘Sanatana Dharma’.Today they have openly started targeting Sanatana, tomorrow they will increase the attacks on us. All ‘Sanatanis’ across the country and the people who love our country will have to be alert. We will have to stop such people…, ” Prime Minister Narendra Modi said.
Opposition ‘ghamandia’ alliance wants to destroy Sanatan Dharma,’ PM Modi’s blazing attack on I.N.D.I.A
“The ‘ghamandia’ (INDIA) alliance leaders met in Mumbai recently. They neither have any policies or issues nor a leader. They have a hidden agenda of attacking Sanatan Dharma, which they want to destroy,” PM Minister said after laying the foundation stone of a Rs 49,000 crore-worth petrochemicals complex at Bina refinery in Sagar district of Madhya Pradesh along with 10 industrial projects in the state.
The Prime Minister’s statement comes in the wake of remarks made by DMK leader and Tamil Nadu minister Udhayanidhi Stalin, who said Sanatan Dharma is against social justice and that it should be eradicated. A Raja, another DMK leader, likened Sanatan Dharma to diseases such as leprosy.
Taking dig at the Congress party, PM Modi criticized the party’s governance in Madhya Pradesh, stating that those who had ruled the state for an extended period had primarily presided over a regime marked by corruption and crime.
“The party (Congress), which ruled this state for decades, left it high and dry and a laggard economically when compared to other states. People from previous generations would remember how the Congress left the state’s Bundelkhand region in desperate need of water, electricity and roads. Today, under the BJP rule, new roads have been been built in every village and electricity has been provided to every household. I am convinced that Madhya Pradesh will touch new heights when it comes to industrialisation in the coming days,” PM Modi said.
Prime Minister Modi also credited the 140 crore people of India for the success of the recent G-20 Summit. He emphasized that the achievements made on the global stage had significantly boosted the pride of both the people and the nation as a whole. This recognition highlights India’s growing influence in international diplomacy and global affairs.
Earlier, Prime Minister Modi laid the foundation stone of projects worth more than Rs 50,700 crore including ‘Petrochemical Complex’ at Bina Refinery and ten new industrial projects across the state.
Supporters in large numbers turned up to attend a roadshow held by Prime Minister Modi in Madhya Pradesh’s Bina.
People were seen showering flowers on PM Modi as his vehicle moved during the roadshow.
Madhya Pradesh is a poll-bound state that is scheduled to hold its assembly elections later this year.