Rahul Gandhi has responded to Prime Minister Modi’s attack on India by tweeting, “We will bring back love and harmony for all people; we will reconstruct India; we will recreate the idea of India in Manipur.” This response has led to controversy. We will rebuild the idea of India in Manipur.” This response has led to a debate in the parliament, with both the center and opposition insisting on one point. The opposition demands that the Prime Minister address the Manipur issue, while the center insists that Home Minister Amit Shah oversee security.
The debate has been highly politicized, with both sides demanding the Prime Minister address the issue. The opposition has been demanding that the Prime Minister address the Manipur violence in both houses of parliament, while the center insists that Home Minister Amit Shah oversee security. This has become a pattern, with the opposition demanding confrontation rather than consensus.
The Prime Minister has rightly stated that by putting the acronym “India” in one’s name, one doesn’t have the character of India. This is similar to the East India Company, which has an agenda to lose their country, and the PFI and Indian Gujaratis, who have an agenda to side with a particular agenda that is anti-India.
The Prime Minister’s statement has exposed their agenda completely. The question is whether there is a reason for Prime Minister Modi not to take up the issue himself in parliament. The Congress is not interested in discussing women’s issues, as they would be exposed. The debate on Manipur and the alliance between the center and opposition is a tug of war of words, with neither side willing to compromise.