Oppn making futile exercise to dethrone Modi Govt: Ritika

Excelsior Correspondent

JAMMU, July 19: Chief spokesperson, BJP Mahila Morcha J&KUT, Ritika Trehan today claimed that biggest problem of the Congress is the success and stability of the first non-Congress Government under the leadership of PM Modi.
As the country is heading towards the 2024 Lok Sabha elections, opposition political parties making futile exercise who claim that they are coming together to dethrone the Narendra Modi Government at the Centre. These political parties are in collusion, contradiction, confusion, conflict to compete with the BJP, added Ritika.
Ritika said that this bundle of alliance knows very well that it cannot defeat Prime Minister, Modi, irrespective of the fact whether they fight alone or form an alliance. However, carrying forward the commotion of coalition is their compulsion. That’s why their current attempt to forge an ideology-less and directionless alliance against Modi is nothing but an “old copy with new cover”.
Ritika further said that it is for the first time after Independence that a non-Congress Government has been successfully completing its two consecutive terms, ensuring good governance, pro-poor policies, prosperity and stability and is moving towards a third term. These last nine years have witnessed inclusive empowerment and effective governance in India in spite of several national and global crises which included a global economic slowdown, the corona pandemic.
Ritika observed that when we look at the history of Opposition unity after Independence, it took shape because of “failed Government and ineffectual leadership” at the Centre. But the present situation is different. There is an efficient Government and effective leadership at the Centre. Unable to digest the stupendous performance of the Modi Government, the Congress has become the “designer of defaming India drive” by denigrating democratic and Constitutional institutions of the country. Today, the so-called Opposition alliance is struggling with an ideological bankruptcy. These parties know very well the Congress’ cunning character as far as alliance is concerned, added Ritika.