Bina, Madhya Pradesh: Prime Minister Narendra Modi launched a scathing critique of the Indian National Developmental, Inclusive Alliance (INDIA) on Thursday, referring to it as the “INDI alliance” and alleging that it lacked a clear leadership. Speaking before a massive crowd in Bina, as Madhya Pradesh gears up for upcoming elections, PM Modi accused the INDIA bloc of having an agenda to end the country’s ‘Sanatan’ culture.
“At a time when Bharat is emerging as a world leader at global forums, some parties are trying to divide the country and its people. These people came together to form an ‘INDI’ alliance. Some people are calling it a ‘ghamndiya (arrogant) alliance’. They don’t have a leader yet and there is a lot of suspense on who would lead them going into the Lok Sabha elections next year. They are working with a hidden agenda, which is to attack India’s culture,” PM Modi said.
Further, PM Modi alleged that during the third meeting of the Opposition bloc in Mumbai, they adopted a resolution to “end the Sanatan culture” in the country.
“This INDI-alliance adopted a resolution to end our ‘Sanatan’ culture. They are bent on destroying the ideologies, cultures and traditions that have kept the country and our people together for centuries,” the PM added.
PM Modi addressed the meeting after laying the foundation for several projects worth more than Rs 50,700 crores, including the ‘Petrochemical Complex’ at Bina Refinery and ten new industrial projects across Madhya Pradesh. He also said the inauguration of the Petrochemical Complex at Bina Refinery will help make the country ‘Atmanirbhar’ (self-reliant).