'Urban Naxals work for Congress': PM Modi in Madhya Pradesh
Bhopal/UNI: Tearing into the Congress, Prime Minister Narendra Modi alleged on Monday that the party – which lost its willpower – has transformed into a ruined and bankrupt company that contractually outsourced everything to urban Naxals who rule the roost within the Congress.
Addressing the BJP’s Karyakarta Mahakumbh in the capital of election-bound Madhya Pradesh, the visiting dignitary averred, "In the recent past, I have observed that the Congress’ grassroots-level leaders have sealed their lips and are seated quietly.
"That is why the party is becoming constantly hollow at the ground level."
Bharat's heritage is a creation of our ancestors such as Devi Ahilya and Rani Durgavati but the Congress wishes to annihilate Sanatana Dharma, the Prime Minister added.
The Prime Minister was received at the State Hangar by Home Minister Narottam Mishra, select party leaders, and top bureaucrats. Subsequently, Modi departed for Jamboree Ground on board an Army helicopter.
Lakhs of party workers from across Madhya Pradesh had assembled at the venue.
Madhya Pradesh will go to elections in late 2023.