Lok Sabha Elections: Amidst Opposition's Allegations, PM Modi Gave This Big Statement Regarding The Country's Constitution.


Prime Minister Narendra Modi made a significant statement regarding the country's constitution during his address in Barmer district of Rajasthan. Amidst allegations from the Congress of the BJP government's intent to abolish the constitution, PM Modi categorically emphasized the sanctity of the country's constitution, likening it to 'Geeta, Ramayana, Mahabharata, and Quran.' He stated that even if Baba Saheb Ambedkar himself were to appear, the constitution would remain intact and preserved. PM Modi's statement was a strong rebuttal to the opposition's accusations of undermining the constitution.

Additionally, PM Modi criticized the opposition 'Indi' alliance, affirming that the constitution holds paramount importance for the BJP. He accused the Congress of aligning with anti-national forces and asserted that the opposition alliance is attempting to weaken the country.

After addressing the election rally in Barmer, PM Modi participated in a roadshow in Dausa. He remarked that during elections, it has become fashionable for the opposition alliance to spread falsehoods in the name of the constitution.


It's worth noting that the first phase of Lok Sabha elections in Rajasthan, comprising voting for 12 seats, is scheduled for April 19. PM Modi has been actively conducting election rallies in the state in support of BJP candidates.

PC: Firstpost, Livehindustan