Referring to the Opposition protest in black attire on August 5, Prime Minister Narendra Modi Wednesday stated those that consider in black magic won’t ever have the ability to earn the belief of individuals.
“We recently witnessed on August 5 how there was an attempt to spread black magic. These people think that by wearing black clothes, their time of despair will end,” he stated in his tackle on the inauguration of the 2G ethanol plant in Panipat, Haryana, via video conferencing.
Continuing his diatribe towards the Opposition, Prime Minister Modi stated there are some individuals in our nation who’re trapped in negativity and immersed in despair.
“Even after repeatedly spreading lies against the government, the public is not ready to trust such people. In such desperation, these people are also now seen turning towards black magic,” he added.
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The Prime Minister’s remarks comes because the Congress MPs, together with former get together chief Rahul Gandhi, staged a protest sporting black garments, within the Parliament House advanced on August 5 and took out a march in direction of the Rashtrapati Bhawan as a part of their nationwide stir towards value rise, the GST hike on important objects and unemployment.
Commenting on ethanol mixing, PM Modi acknowledged that the nation saved Rs 50,000 crore in overseas alternate by mixing ethanol with petrol within the final seven-eight years.
Dedicating the second-generation ethanol plant of India Oil Corporation to the nation in Panipat, PM Modi stated that the identical quantity of Rs 50,000 crore has gone to farmers. He added that the ethanol plant price Rs 900 crore will present a everlasting resolution to the issue of stubble burning in farms.
The Congress hit again at Prime Minister Modi over his comment and stated the nation desires him to speak about their issues however “jumlajeevi” retains saying simply something.
Sharing an image of Prime Minister Modi in black garments, Congress normal secretary Jairam Ramesh stated he’s making a pointless challenge about black garments.
“They could not do anything to bring black money, now they are making a pointless issue about black clothes. The country wants the prime minister to talk about their problems, but ‘jumlajeevi’ keeps saying anything,” he tweeted.