While responding to a discussion on the Motion of Thanks to the President’s Address in the Lok Sabha during the present Budget Session of the Parliament, Prime Minister Narendra Modi stated that there is a new world order following the COVID-19 epidemic. He said that India should become a world leader. We are being acknowledged as a leader
PM Modi also launched a scathing assault on the opposition, accusing them of spreading Covid by inciting migrant workers to flee cities during the pandemic’s first wave.
The following are the main highlights from PM Modi’s speech:
On Congress: Regrettably, some (opposition) brains are still trapped in 2014. Even after all of your defeats, your ego persists, and your environment will not let it go. The question is not about the outcome of the election, but about the intentions of people who have been in power for so long. They did not allow you back in anywhere you got a way. If you show them mirrors, they will shatter those as well. Criticism is a democratic gem. However, blind resistance is an affront to democracy.
On COVID-19: They believed that this country would never be able to preserve itself or fight such a large struggle (on Covid). Corona was also misused in politics; is this beneficial for humanity?
During the coronavirus outbreak, Congress went above and above. When experts recommended migrant workers stay behind, Congress pushed them to do so. During the initial wave, you (Congress) provided migrant laborers with free train tickets to depart Mumbai. At the same time, the Delhi government advised migrant laborers to leave the city and offered transportation for them to do so. As a result, Covid expanded quickly in Punjab, Uttar Pradesh, and Uttarakhand.
On Farmers: During the epidemic, the country made a major move to safeguard small farmers from difficulty. People who are unsympathetic to small farmers have no right to do politics in the name of farmers. Even after years of independence, some individuals have not been able to modify their beliefs about slavery. Those who have spent their entire lives in palaces are unconcerned about modest farmers.