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PM Narendra Modi is more cruel than Dictator Aurangzeb: Randeep Singh Surjewala

PM Narendra Modi is more cruel than Dictator Aurangzeb: Randeep Singh Surjewala
Written by Abhishek Lohia

In order to the counter-back celebration of BJP’s ‘Black Day’ across the country, Congress Spokesperson Randeep Surjewala slammed Prime Minister Narendra Modi by calling that “Modi Ji is a cruel Dictator than Aurangzeb”. Howeverit was the equal and opposite reaction of BJP’s statement, which they showed three hours before Randeep Singh Surjewala’s latest tweet. Priorly Prime Minister Modi attacked over Gandhi family on the issue of Emergency, which was imposed by former Indian Prime Minister Indira Gandhi on 26 July 1975. After this, Randeep Surjewala, on behalf of the Congress, also attacked the BJP with a press conference.

Randeep Surjewala wrote in his latest tweet,”Modi did not get his mandate on the 21-month-long Emergency that was in place some 43 years ago. Rather, the Modi government came to power on the promise of good governance, employment, electrification, achhe din, and development. Just because they have no answers, this Aurangzeb-like brutal dictatorial government can’t escape by shifting the focus away, Surjewala Continued”.

Surjewala said that Aurangzeb had made his father hostage, but today’s Aurangzeb means Narendra Modi has hostage the entire democracy, and Country, including the BJP. He said that Modi was giving an example of his old mother, but the same old mother is standing in line to change the note today. Today, every person is called a traitor when asked a question.

Before that, PM Modi did a strong attack on the Gandhi family for imposing the emergency. Modi targeted Congress for criticizing the EVM and the Election Commission of India after being reduced from 400 to just 44 seats in the Lok Sabha. He said, “None of the Congress leaders raise a question about the EVM malfunctioning after the current Karnataka elections.”

Modi lauded the Indian Express’s Ramnath Goenka and Kuldeep Nayyar and the Statesman newspaper to raise their voice during the Emergency. He said, ‘Many of them are not our supporters either. Nayyar is our critic. But he fought for democracy. ‘

 

 

 

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Abhishek Lohia

Abhishek Lohia was a Sports and Political Writer working for Newsfolo and is no longer associated with the organization.

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