The mentality of emergency has not gone even today…on the 50th anniversary of emergency, PM has put Congress in a dilemma

Ananya Shroff
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The mentality of emergency has not gone even today…on the 50th anniversary of emergency, PM has put Congress in a dilemma


New Delhi: Prime Minister Narendra Modi PM Modi has once again cornered Congress over the Emergency. On the 50th anniversary of the Emergency, the Prime Minister made four consecutive tweets. Attacking the Congress sharply, he said that those who imposed the Emergency have no right to express love for our Constitution. PM Modi wrote in the tweet, 'The mentality due to which the Emergency was imposed is still alive in the same party that imposed it. They hide their disdain for the Constitution through their pretense, but the people of India have understood their actions and that is why they have rejected them again and again.'

Attack on Congress with four consecutive tweets

PM Modi wrote in a post on Christmas, 'Today is a day to pay tribute to all the great men and women who opposed the Emergency. #DarkDaysOfEmergency reminds us how the Congress Party abolished fundamental freedoms and trampled on the Constitution of India, which every Indian respects very much.

PM Modi told why people are rejecting Congress

PM Modi further said that the mindset that led to the imposition of Emergency is still alive in the same party that imposed it. They hide their disdain for the Constitution through their posturing, but the people of India have understood their actions and that is why they have rejected them time and again. Those who imposed Emergency have no right to express their love for our Constitution. These are the same people who imposed Article 356 on countless occasions, passed a bill that ended press freedom, destroyed federalism and violated every aspect of the Constitution.

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'The dark days of Emergency show what Congress can do'

PM Modi said that to hold on to power, the then Congress government disregarded every democratic principle and turned the country into a prison. Everyone who disagreed with the Congress was tortured and harassed. Socially regressive policies were implemented to target the most vulnerable sections. The dark days of the Emergency tell us what the Congress can do for power.


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