News By/Courtesy: Nikhil Verma | 30 May 2019 10:57am IST

After completing a puja at the temple of Lord Vishwanath, Prime Minister Narendra Modi initiated his address to party workers with the recitation of "Har Har Mahadev". He seemed to have particular object behind this address- staunchly responding to a highbrow understanding of the factors behind the tremendous endorsement that he and BJP came in majority in 2019 General elections. The articles published in New York Times, The Economist and The Guardian portrayed India as a Nation of downfall and gloom refusing the desired outcome of hope and India's ahead march on the path of development.

Narendra Modi replied to the critics like Amartya Sen who on numerous instances disparaged him. Modi stated that in spite of the triumph of 2014 and 2019 Lok Sabha elections, they (referred to liberals) kept their eyes and ears shut. Such fault finders are still living in the 20th century not for the 21st era. Modi appears to claim that articles by western news media pursue to generate a misleading outlook about an individual and the party he associates with, using lies, fabrications and deception.

Modi further said that, “the nation’s civilizational legacy was constructed by philosophers, teachers, clergymen, agriculturists, scientists, labourers and spiritual leaders. This legacy has prevailed the test of time for many eras. Others may be embarrassed of it but I am happy about it. Narendra Modi’s address of 50 minute pointed to give a feeling to mass that Hindu cultural heritage and civilizational legacy are interdependent on each other and not opposing.

Section Editor: Shreyashi Tiwari | 30 May 2019 10:59am IST


Tags : #Speech #Narendra_Modi #PM #India #Liberals #Reject

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