Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi has slammed the proposed grand alliance of opposition parties, saying it was not just “anti-Modi” but against the people of India , and his political rivals have joined hands to save themselves from his campaign against corruption.
“My actions against corruption have infuriated some people. It’s but natural for them to get angry as I’ve prevented them from looting public money. Consequently, they have now formed an alliance called Mahagathbandhan,” PM Modi said. “Those who crushed democracy in their own state are now preaching about saving the democracy. It’s truly ironical,” PM Modi said in Silvassa, where he inaugurated some projects after attending the Vibrant Gujarat Global Summit.
“People who used to slam the Congress left, right and centre, are today standing with that party. This mahagathbandhan is not just against Modi but also against the people of India,” Modi said.
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17 November, 2019