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Amit Shah criticizes Congress’s statement on Prime Minister Narendra Modi

Amit Shah, the federal interior minister, slammed the Congress on Monday over “insulting Prime Minister Narendra Modi” but claimed that after Rahul Gandhi had become the head of the Party, the opposing group’s workers’ standards have been steadily declining.
Speaking at an event in Mon town in the close-to-the-vote in the Kohima region, he predicted that voters would react at the polls.
Shah did not directly name every Congress chief. Still, his criticism happened to come just weeks since Congressman Pawan Khera asked, about the Adani matter, on Friday: “What is the trouble of Narendra Gautamdas, sincerely apologize Damodardas Modi? The head of state ministerial PV Narasimha Rao and Atal Bihari Vajpayee could’ve established a Partnership Parliaments Committee.”

According to him, the national interior ministry is working to resolve the Naga problem in a comparable pattern by honoring the feelings of the Naga people.
He emphasized that despite every one of these, the Congress party, led by Rahul Gandhi, continues to rail against Modi despite comprehending that it no longer has the role of the majority party. Shah claimed that the Congress, once a stronghold in the northeast, had been marginalized there and that the Party’s standing was deteriorating under Gandhi.
Relevant conversations on the matter were already taking place.

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