Bharatiya Janata Party backs PM Modi’s Emergency remark
New Delhi: The Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) has supported Monday’s emergency realizes that Prime Minister Narendra Modi say that the younger generation should remember and remember the dark chapter in electoral history.
“I think Prime Minister Modi Mann Ki Baat’s imposing emergency statement was a message to people that we should not forget the black day of emergency imposition.
Congress, which claims to be the model of virtue today, says it has no tolerance for any kind of restriction of freedom. It is actually responsible for the sin of emergency imposition and ensuring that people did not have civil liberties, “said BJP leader G.V.L. Narasimha Rao told ANI.
Echoing similar sentiments, BJP leader Meenakshi Lekhi said that Congress was wrong in pointing out Modi’s fingered government while having a dark chapter of emergency in the past.
“What the Prime Minister said was fair. Congress stopped and what they did during their regime through emergency imposition can not be forgotten so soon.” People have had to face many difficulties and harassment during the emergency. Congress has no right to speak out against our government, “said NNA Lekhi.
Previously, Modi’s Prime Minister in his monthly radio address “Mann Ki Baat,” said the emergency imposed by former Prime Minister Indira Gandhi in the month of June 1975 was a dark phase for the nation and asked people to Dedicate themselves to the goal of strengthening democracy.
Broadcasting his 33rd radio message to the nation, Prime Minister Modi reminded the people on June 25 was the 42nd anniversary of the emergency declaration in the country.
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He reminded people of the horror of a government that has the power to rid itself of its freedom and freedom and not overrun any part of society, whether political, economic, media, school, community or court itself.
He used today’s address to recall and recite a poem written by former Prime Minister Atal Bihari Vajpayee when he was in jail.
“It will be remembered The emergence of the way the people of India together and backed democratic values. Democracy is not only a system, but also our ethics as” eternal vigilance is the life of freedom. ”
We have to remember the things that undermine democracy and move in a positive direction.
Those who love democracy can never forget the dark night of June 25, 1975, when the nation was transformed into prison, were muscled all the dissenting voices, where imprisoned leaders like Jayaprakash Narayan. Even the judiciary has not been spared the shadow of authoritarianism, “said Mr. Modi.
“Newspapers are useless, students of journalism activities and politicians must constantly remind them of the dark phase. They must work to raise awareness of democracy.
Atal Bihari Vajpayee was also imprisoned during this period. When he completed a year in prison, he wrote a poem describing his feelings. “