Cong attacks PM Modi over ‘family-run parties’ remark, says ‘BJP can only see Congress’ dynasty not their own’

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  • New Delhi: Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s “family-run parties are the biggest threat to the democracy” statement at BJP’s victory rally has rattled the grand old party.

Cong attacks PM Modi over 'family-run parties' remark, says 'BJP can only see Congress' dynasty not their own'

  • Congress leader Tariq Anwar attacked the PM saying, “BJP can only see Congress’ dynasty not their own.”
  • PM Modi on Wednesday, while addressing party workers at a felicitation function after the BJP’s victory in Bihar elections and various by-polls, sharpened his attack on dynasty politics saying “family-run parties saying they are the biggest threat to the democracy” and in an indirect reference to Congress said even a national party had fallen prey to it.

    ‘People take into consideration factors other than family-vaad’

  • Addressing party workers at a felicitation function after the BJP’s victory in Bihar elections and various by-polls, he asserted that the only mantra for his party’s victory was “Sabka saath, sabka vikas and sabka vishwas”.
  • Reacting on PM Modi’s remark NCP leader Majid Memon said, “People have become alert and take into consideration factors other than ‘family-vaad’.
  • Samajwadi Party leader Dr Anurag Bhadouria said that people have the right to choose their leader in a democracy and it is they who make the final decision.
  • CPI leader Atul Anjan said that the Left parties don’t have a dynastic rule but asked how many BJP leaders’ sons and daughters are in politics, in Bihar.
  • The PM had further said that poll results in Bihar and other bye-elections all over the nation have made it clear that people will now support only those who work honestly for development.
    “People have decided that development alone will be the basis of national politics in 21st century,” he said.

    Bihar rejected dynasts

     

  • Earlier, BJP chief JP Nadda hailed the victory of ruling NDA in Bihar assembly polls, saying people of the state have chosen ‘vikasraj’ instead of ‘gundaraj’ and rejected dynasts.
  • BJP became the second-largest party in Bihar bagging 74 seats, one seat less than Rashtriya Janata Dal.
  • In the recently concluded Bihar Elections, Luv Sinha, son of actor-politician Shatrughan Sinha, lost from Bankipur seat to BJP’s Nitin Nabin by over 27,000 votes. Luv had contested the polls on Congress ticket.
  • Parroting Congress-RJD line on faulty EVMs, Sinha said his son “Luv Sinha unfortunately lost or was made to lose, for obvious reasons.”
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