‘Attempts being made to spark controversies on the basis of language’: PM Modi slams opposition
20 May, 2022 | Priyanka Sharma
In an address to party workers, PM Modi said that there are some parties whose ecosystem is absolutely delved into distracting the country's focus from crucial and significant issues.
Prime Minister Narendra Modi slammed the opposition in a virtual address during a Bhartiya Janata Party’s national office bearers meeting in Jaipur. In an address to party workers, PM Modi said that there are some parties whose ecosystem is absolutely delved into distracting the country’s focus from crucial and significant issues.
Warning against falling into the trap, PM Modi urged the party workers to be careful of them. Speaking about attempts to invoke a language war in the country, PM Modi said that attempts have been made to spark controversies on the basis of languages.
He further emphasised that the Bhartiya Janata Party sees a reflection of Indian culture in every regional language and considers them worth worshipping. He added that the party has given importance to every regional language in NEP.
Urging the party workers to stick together, PM Modi said that we all need to fight all challenges before the country as the entire world is looking towards India with hope. He reinstated the party’s mantra of ‘Sabka Saath, Sabka vikas, Sabka vishwas and sabka prayas.’