The Prime Minister of India, Narendra Modi, finally broke his silence on the protests at Jamia Millia Islamia University, Shaheen Bagh, Seelampur or any other locations against the Citizenship (Amendment) Act (CAA), 2019. He asked people if they think it is a coincidence, but answering the question, PM Modi said that it’s not “sanyog (coincidence)” but “prayog (experiment)”. PM Modi was present at the public rally at Karkardooma, Delhi when he decided to address these issues.
While taking a sharp aim at Congress party and the Aam Aadmi Party (AAP), PM Modi called the protest a political design and a result of provocation from the two parties in Delhi. “There is a political design behind all these protests including Jamia and Shaheen Bagh. These protests are a conspiracy to divide India. These protests are going to ruin the harmony of the nation,” said PM Modi while putting forward his words before the Delhiites. “But AAP and Congress are provoking people,” PM Modi added.
Further, the Prime Minister of India tried to uncover the truth behind holding of tricolour flags during this protests. “The constitution and the tricolour are being kept in the front and attention is being diverted from the real conspiracy,” PM Modi roared at the event. PM Modi went on to recall the surgical strike by Indian army in 2016 which had profoundly paralysed the terrorism. He said that AAP and Congress party leaders asked for proof of the strikes rather than trusting our Indian forces.
“These people were doubting the ability of our forces during surgical strikes. Do citizens of Delhi want such people in power? These people are saving those who want to break India into pieces,” alleges PM Modi in the public rally in Delhi. This was PM Modi’s first election rally where the heart of India spoke on all issues right now going on in the country.