The term ‘Modi Ka Parivar’ has been appended to the names of Union ministers Amit Shah, Anurag Thakur, Rajnath Singh, and BJP president JP Nadda on the social networking platform X (formerly Twitter)

At a Monday rally in Adilabad, Telangana, Prime Minister Modi responded to remarks made by Lalu Prasad Yadav by saying, “I question their dynastic politics, they say Modi does not have a family, my life is an open book…I’m going to life for my nation.

BJP MP Sudhanshu Trivedi chastised the INDIA bloc at a press conference, saying, “There are no Hindus for the INDIA bloc. Hindus, Dalits, ‘Savarn’, North and South Indians, Kannada, Tamil, Telugu, Marathi, Punjabi, Bengali, and even Hindi are all considered backward by them, yet they are not Hindus. since their goal is to see India in fragments.

Prior to this, Lalu Prasad comments were denounced by Bihar Deputy Chief Minister Vijay Kumar Sinha, who felt they were insulting and disrespectful to Sanatan Dharma. Modi’s contributions to Sanatan Dharma were supported by Sinha, who condemned Prasad remarks as illustrative of a dishonest political strategy.

Conversely, the Congress backed Lalu Prasad, its ally in the INDIA bloc, with Congress leader Pawan Khera advising BJP leaders to focus on matters such as farmer suicides rather than launching a ‘Modi Ka Parivar’ campaign.


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