Shivraj slams Opposition alliance as directionless

Bhopal: Shivraj Singh Chouhan, former Chief Minister, has criticized the opposition INDIA bloc, denouncing it as lacking direction, policy, and leadership.

Speaking at a public gathering in Narmadapuram on Thursday, Chouhan, a contender for the Vidisha Lok Sabha seat, commended Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s developmental initiatives, propelling India towards greater prosperity.

“India is currently on the path to glory and prosperity. I firmly believe that under PM Modi’s guidance, India will emerge as a global leader,” stated Chouhan.

He lambasted the opposition parties, describing their alliance as feeble and without a clear vision.

Recalling an anecdote purportedly involving Mahatma Gandhi and Jawaharlal Nehru, Chouhan recounted, “After India attained independence, Gandhi ji suggested to Nehru to disband Congress, considering it a product of India’s freedom struggle. However, Nehru ji disagreed.”

Chouhan concluded with a light-hearted remark, “While Nehru ji didn’t heed Gandhi ji’s advice, it seems Rahul Gandhi might just fulfill his wish to shut down Congress.”

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