There is no unity in ‘Mahagathbandhan’, they came together knowing there isn’t any other way
Sudhir Chaudhary Prime Minister Narendra Modi talked on a range of issues. He exuded the confidence of securing a second term and said that the “people of the country have decided” that already.
Taking a dig at the ‘united opposition’ formed under the garb of the ”Mahagathbandhan,’ the prime minister modi said that he wishes the political opposition was united but in reality, “they all have come together knowing that they all will not be able to withstand this wave.”
“Deep within they all want to overtake each other, there is no unity, this is very well understood by the voters of the country,” PM Modi said.
The prime minister went on to say that the entire world lauds the democracy of the country, the mega electoral process that comes into play for the election of the country’s government every term, “but we just can’t get enough of criticising ourselves and picking faults,” he added.
“This election, or the issues this time, should not be seen on the basis of the TRPs or the rallies and addresses of political leaders, it should only be seen or understood in context to what the voters understand and want,” the prime minister said.
He said that politics should be done on the basis of truth and battles must be fought on a strong foundation.
“There must be fair play in politics,” the prime minister said adding that after May 23rd the electronic voting machine (EVM) will pronounce the result, the result which the citizens of the country would decide. “EVM bolega,” the PM exclaimed.