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In response to the accusation against Rahul Gandhi, the Congress ... The Indian Congress has released nine video clips of Prime Minister Narendra Modi in response to the BJP's accusation of ‘insulting India’ on Rahul Gandhi. The clips criticize Congress’s performance in various countries outside India and suggest that Modi has insulted India abroad. Reports suggest that the BJP spokesperson Supriya Srinte tweeted a series of video clips, which read ‘every time PM Modi insulted Indian abroad’ and ‘do you yourself feel proud of the progress of India or not?’ The Hindu also published news about the statement of Modi at various events around the time, and he was addressing the Indian community in Shanghai and Seoul. Modi's speech can be heard on the official YouTube channel named after him. He also said that people were celebrating his victory a year ago and that business should not be done here anymore.
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In response to the accusation against Rahul Gandhi, the Congress released a video of ‘insulting Modi abroad’
In response to the BJP’s accusation of ‘insulting India’ on Rahul Gandhi, the Congress has released nine video clips of Prime Minister Narendra Modi, claiming that he has insulted India abroad.
New Delhi: In response to Congress MP Rahul Gandhi’s criticism of the Modi government in the UK, the BJP has released nine clips accusing him of ‘insulting India’, in which he criticizes Congress’s performance in various countries outside India. Let’s talk about. Seen talking in a frivolous manner about or about the government.
Reports suggest that party spokesperson Supriya Srinte tweeted a series of video clips, which read ‘every time PM Modi insulted India abroad’. Most of the speeches were from the early years of Narendra Modi’s rise to power in the country and included references to and criticisms of the Manmohan Singh government.
In May 2015, Narendra Modi was addressing the Indian community in Shanghai and here he said that he has made overseas Indians proud to be Indians.
Pointing out that a year ago people were celebrating his victory, he said, ‘A year ago the whole world was hearing the same voice – “Duk bharre din bete re bhaya, duk bharre.” Days went by. You were living abroad, how was the time? Are you from India? It used to be like this – he’s from India, come on man. Was it or wasn’t it? Was anyone willing to ask? Was anyone willing to listen? Was anyone ready to watch? Within a year, will you be able to speak to the world with your chest lifted and your eyes closed? Does the world respect you or not? Do you yourself feel proud of the progress of India or not?’
The Hindu also published news about it at that time. The website Scroll said that objection was also raised to this statement of Modi.
Modi was then in Seoul on May 18, 2015. Here too he was talking to the Indian community when he said, ‘Earlier people used to say, I don’t know what sins you committed in your previous births, you were born in India, this is a country! This is no government! Here are some people! Come on, go somewhere else!’
This speech can be heard on the official YouTube channel named after him.
He further said that ‘…and people used to leave, in some years we also saw that the industry people said that business should not be done here anymore, they should not live here anymore. And most people had one foot out. I will not go into the reasons for this. Neither do I want to make any political comment. But it is a ground reality that people were also disappointed and angry. And today I can confidently say that there are great scientists from different walks of life, no matter how much they earn abroad, even if they earn less, today they are eager to come back to India, it is happening. , enjoying.
He had further said, ‘The mood has changed, the joke has changed. And what is the country after all! Government doesn’t mean country, Modi doesn’t mean country, 125 crore countrymen only realize what India is.
It was 2022, Modi was in Berlin, Germany, where he took aim at the Congress, saying that during its rule, Indians were getting only 15 paisa out of a rupee.
He said, in his famous theatrical style, ‘Which claw was that… (pausing for audience reaction) Wow, what was that claw that took 85 paise?’
It is known that the election symbol of the Congress is the claw of the hand.
It was November 2014, when Narendra Modi’s popularity was at its peak. Then, for the first time in three decades, an Indian Prime Minister arrived in Australia. Modi was addressing the Indian community at Sydney’s Alphonse Arena.
He said here, ‘Earlier governments used to boast that we made this law, we made Dhakna law, we made so-and-so law, you must have heard this in all the elections. My car is upside down. He enjoyed making laws, I enjoy breaking laws.
This speech can be heard at this link.
Earlier in September 2014 in New York’s Madison Square, Narendra Modi also spoke about breaking the law.
He had said, ‘The previous governments were proud that we made this law, we made that law, we made such and such law, we made Dhaka law. You’ve seen throughout the election campaign, these things were going on… I’ve started to dismantle all the old laws, the useless laws. So outdated laws! Such a web of laws! Once a poor person goes in, he cannot come out. I have formed a committee of experts, told them to get them out! If I could break one law every day, I would be most happy.
Addressing the Indian community in Toronto in 2015, he said, ‘Those who wanted to mess up left after messing up but we will leave after cleaning up.’
This video can be viewed at this link.
In London in 2018, Narendra Modi had commented on the country’s doctors, on which the anger expressed by the country’s doctors was also recorded by The Wire in one of its reports.
In a video clip that has gone viral on social media, Modi talks about hospitals and medicines and says, ‘…He who prescribes medicines also gets something. You may find that doctors’ conferences are sometimes held in Singapore and sometimes in Dubai. If someone is sick they don’t go, it’s important for pharmaceutical companies, they do.
The medical associations of the country had registered their displeasure terming the statement as undesirable.
In a series of tweets, the Congress spokesperson also referred to Narendra Modi’s statement in the Qatari capital Doha, where he criticized previous governments.Indecisive‘ they say. Similarly, in California they allegedly said That ‘the dreams that have been seen for India so far have not been fulfilled.’