Sushil Modi Slams 'Tukde-Tukde' Congress on CAA, NRC Issue

BJP leader and Bihary Deputy CM Sushil Kumar Modi (file photo).

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Patna: Deputy Chief Minister Sushil Kumar Modi, sticking to the party talking points, said that Congress Party had become void of any intelligent voice and instead of thinking about the interest of the nation, had opted to align itself with the dying ideologies of the left.

In his tweet, Modi said that the 'Think Tank' of Congress Party had become completely empty and instead of thinking about the welfare of the nation, it has decided to join hands with the leftists and 'tukde-tukde' gang.

'Tukde-tukde' is the latest rallying cry of the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) to describe those who oppose its agenda.

Accusing the Congress of being silent on the 'bloody division' of division, Modi said that those who had no problem of dividing the nation that led to a wave of bloody violence in India was now opposed to the idea of providing shelters to those who were coming to India after being persecuted and tortured in their own nation.

"This shows how hollow the Congress has become," the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) leader said.

Modi, however, praised Congress legislator Hardeep Singh Dang of Madhya Pradesh who recently came out in support of the Citizenship Amendment Act (CAA) and National Registration of Citizens (NRC) saying his support to these policies indicated there was still some hope in the Congress Party.

"Those who consider themselves intellectual and have any self-respect, should come out in support of the Prime Minister just as Handeep Singh Dang has. It's a huge deal considering former Prime Minister Manmohan Singh has forgotten his own demand of providing citizenship to people fleeing injustice from our neighboring countries and lacks the guts to give sound advice to Sonia Gandhi," Sushil Kumar Modi said.


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