Fri. Jul 12th, 2024

Prime Minister Narendra Modi today turned on its head Congress leader Mani Shankar Aiyar’s remark neech admi against him and Prime Minister Narendra Modi today turned on its head Congress leader Mani Shankar Aiyar’s remark neech admi against him and prime Modi said that he belongs from the poor section of society and will continue to work towards the upliftment of the poor and downtrodden. “They can call me ‘Neech’- Yes, I am from the poor family of society and will spend every moment of my life to work for the poor people of country, Dalits, Tribals and OBC communities. They are free to use their ugly language against me, but I will do my work,” PM Modi told while addressing a rally in Surat in poll-bound Gujarat. The Prime Minister also urge that people should not react to such statements by Congress leaders manni shanker ayer and ‘congratulated’ the Congress for its mindset. “I urge to the people of India- please let them what ever they want to say . Let them keep calling me ‘Neech’ or something else i will not respond. I do not have this kind mindset and want to congratulate them on their thinking. If anything- we will answer them for their mindset with our votes on 9th and 14th,” he said. “Yes, they called me ‘Neech’ but our value systems are Very strong. We have nothing to say to such elements. Our answer will come through their votes in the election, people of Gujrat will decide to give every answer. I have seen enough insults from them. They insulted me when I was CM. They called me ‘Maut Ka Saudagar’ and wanted to jail me,” he said. Earlier today, Congress leader Mani Shankar Aiyar had targeted PM Modi and used derogatory remarks of neech aadmi against the PM. Responding to Aiyar’s remarks, Union minister Ravi Shankar Prasad said that the country was proud of its Prime Minister. “Mani Shankar Aiyar has called our PM ‘neech’ but we are proud of our Prime Minister, he has answered very politely & insensible. Aiyar’s mindset is a ‘darbaari’ one,” Ravi Shankar Prasad said. “ for the BJP and PM, congress use daily such language we are not suprise Congress party. Congress has a different culture and heritage. I do not appreciate the tone and language used by Mr Mani Shankar Aiyer to address the PM. Both the Congress and I expect him to apologise for what he said,” Rahul Gandhi said. Inaugurating the BR Ambedkar International Centre in New Delhi, PM Modi dig the Congress government for delay in the project. In a scathing attack on Rahul Gandhi, the prime minister even said that the party that banked on Ambedkar’s name for votes has conveniently forgotten the Dalit icon and is now invoking Baba (Lord Shiva) for political mileage. “Attempts to erase Baba Saheb Ambedkar’s contribution have failed because he been more influential in the minds of people, much more than the family (Gandhis) for which all this was done,” the prime minister said. PM Modi said that BR Ambedkar International Centre would be an important place for research on social and economic issues .”The the centre will prove to be an inspiration for the promotion of the thoughts and teachings of Dr Ambedkar value. The centre will be an important place for research on social and economic issues,” the prime minister said. He also unveiled two statues of the A Dalit icon at the centre in Janpath. Union Minister of Social Justice and Empowerment Thawar Chand Gehlot, Minister of State Ramdas Athawale and Union Sports and Youth Affairs Minister Vijay Goel were also present at the event. Modi added that the government had developed five places related to Babasaheb Ambedkar into pligrimage spots. He added that the five pilgrimage spots — in Delhi, Mumbai, Nagpur, Mhow and London — were like a homage from the present generation. “I think that this centre is for the youth… where they can see and understand the vision of Babasaheb Ambedkar,” the prime minister -said. The centre, he said, was a fusion of Buddhist and modern architecture. He had laid the foundation stone of the centre in 2015.]]>

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