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I won’t spare those involved in corruption: PM Modi in Bhopal


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On Tuesday, June 27, PM Modi reached Bhopal, Madhya Pradesh, and addressed around 10 lakh BJP booth-level karyakartas virtually. He also flagged-off 5 new Vande Bharat Express trains and congratulated the people of Madhya Pradesh for the two new Vande Bharat trains in their state.

While addressing the booth workers, PM Modi lashed out at the opposition of the country, and pledged that he will not spare anyone involved in corruption, and will take ‘every scamster to task’. “All the corrupt politicians joined their hands in Patna’s meeting. Opposition is trying to escape the anti-scam crackdown, and the corrupt leaders are trying to save each other”, said the PM during his address, referring to the meeting of the opposition leaders held in Patna, Bihar, a few days back, with the next meeting scheduled to be held in Shimla in the next month.

“The party booth workers will expose their corruption at the village level. They will let people know about the opposition’s real face. People of the country have an awareness of what was the real agenda behind opposition leaders in getting together on one platform”, expressed Modi.

Taking a further jibe at the opposition, he said, “Nowadays, a new word ‘guarantee’ is being heard. But what is the guarantee all about? The guarantee is for corruption. The guarantee is about scams worth lakhs of crores. The identity of such opposition leaders is to guarantee a scam worth Rs 20 lakh crore”.

“I guarantee you; I will not spare any of them”, asserted PM Modi during his address.

Lashing out at the Opposition leaders and their ‘unity’, Modi expressed, “Today when action is being taken against them, they are banding together and forming unity”.

Sonakshi Datta
Sonakshi Datta
Journalist who wants to cover the truth which others look the other way from.

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