New Delhi. PM Narendra Modi has shown the mirror to the opposition parties boycotting the inauguration ceremony of the new Parliament House by giving the example of his Australia tour. PM Modi returned to India from Australia tour this morning. He addressed BJP leaders and workers present outside Palam Airport in Delhi. During his address, the PM gave instructions in signals to those who boycotted the inauguration of the new Parliament House. Taking a jibe at the opposition in gestures, Modi said that it is a matter of pride for all of us that the Australian PM attends the Indian community event, but not only that. Former PM of Australia, opposition MPs and ruling party MPs all came in that ceremony. All together participated in the program of the Indian community.
It is a matter of pride for all of us that the Prime Minister of Australia has come to the program of the Indian community, but not only this, the former Prime Minister was also present in that ceremony… There were MPs from the opposition, there were MPs from the ruling party… all together Indian community participated in this program. This Yash Modi… pic.twitter.com/VYGYPHSFQT
— ANI_HindiNews (@AHindinews) May 25, 2023
PM Narendra Modi also attacked the opposition by citing the Corona vaccine. He said that at the time of crisis, some people in the country were asking why Modi was giving the vaccine to the world. Modi said that remember, this is the land of Gautam Buddha and Mahatma Gandhi. We take care of our enemies too. He said that this is how we move forward. We are a people driven by compassion. He said that the challenge is big, but I always challenge every challenge. He also told the countrymen that they should never talk to anyone with the mentality of slavery. Modi said that whatever honor he got during the three-nation tour, it is the honor of 140 crore Indians.
Actually, PM Modi has to inaugurate the new Parliament House on 28 May. Politics has heated up on this. 20 parties, including the Congress, have refused to participate in the ceremony calling it an insult to the President and have called for a boycott. These parties want the President to inaugurate the new Parliament House. The parties which have boycotted include Congress as well as TMC, Aam Aadmi Party, SP, RJD, DMK, JDU, Uddhav Thackeray faction, CPM, CPI, NCP, IUML, JMM, Kerala Congress (Mani), KSP, VCK, MDMK, Rashtriya Lok Dal, RSP and AIUDF.