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PM Modi has been critical of the opposition alliance’s attempt to brand themselves as “INDIA”

PM Modi has been critical of the opposition alliance's attempt to brand themselves as "INDIA" He accuses the parties of using this name as a way to erase their past record and present a new image to the public. The Prime Minister has frequently launched attacks on the opposition bloc, claiming that their rebranding efforts are aimed at misleading the people and hiding their past actions and policies.

By Rekha Joshi 
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In a recent meeting with allies from Bihar, Prime Minister Narendra Modi proposed a new strategy to tackle the opposition alliance, suggesting they refer to them as “Ghamandiya” the Hindi word for arrogant. The Prime Minister has been critical of the opposition bloc for rebranding themselves as “INDIA” (Indian National Developmental Inclusive Alliance), accusing them, especially the Congress party, of attempting to whitewash their past record as the former UPA (United Progressive Alliance) and deceive the public.

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During the meeting, PM Modi advised MPs of the BJP-led National Democratic Alliance (NDA) to rise above caste-based politics and become leaders for the entire society. He highlighted examples like Bihar Chief Minister Nitish Kumar, whom the BJP accommodated for the sake of a stable government despite having fewer seats. However, he also mentioned instances of some allies, like the Akali Dal, leaving the NDA due to their self-interest.

PM Modi further instructed the MPs to promote government schemes as “NDA government schemes” and emphasized that only the NDA can provide a stable government. He assigned tasks to MPs, encouraging them to share videos on social media highlighting the NDA’s contributions.

Furthermore, in his advice to MPs, Prime Minister Narendra Modi stressed the importance of avoiding speaking out of turn. He cited the late BJP leaders Atal Bihari Vajpayee and Sushma Swaraj as exemplary figures with effective communication and oratory skills. Both Vajpayee and Swaraj were renowned for their eloquence and the ability to communicate their messages with clarity and impact. By mentioning these respected leaders, PM Modi aimed to inspire the MPs to communicate thoughtfully and responsibly, ensuring a cohesive and effective message for the public.

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