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'Balak buddhi, tumse na ho paaega': PM Modi targets Rahul Gandhi with jibe in Lok Sabha

In response to Gandhi's speech in the Lower House of Parliament yesterday, Prime Minister Modi claimed that the Congressman staged a show to win people over.

Reported by:  PTC News Desk  Edited by:  Annesha Barua -- July 02nd 2024 06:21 PM
'Balak buddhi, tumse na ho paaega': PM Modi targets Rahul Gandhi with jibe in Lok Sabha

'Balak buddhi, tumse na ho paaega': PM Modi targets Rahul Gandhi with jibe in Lok Sabha

PTC News Desk: In the Lok Sabha on Tuesday, Prime Minister Narendra Modi referred to Leader of the Opposition Rahul Gandhi as "balak buddhi," or a grown man with a child's mentality, in an extremely harsh criticism. In response to Gandhi's speech in the Lower House of Parliament yesterday, Prime Minister Modi claimed that the Congressman staged a show to win people over.

"Balak buddhi has been crying... this person hit me, that person hit me, I was hit here, I was hit there... this drama is being played to gain sympathy," PM Modi stated.


"A person with the mentality of a child doesn't know what to say or how to act...Rahul Gandhi occasionally winks inside the Lok Sabha... the nation is now familiar with him." "Now the whole nation is telling him, 'you won't be able to perform,'" PM Modi continued.

Rahul Gandhi criticised the administration on Monday, citing a number of issues, including the ongoing NEET controversy. In addition, he questioned the party's commitment to Hinduism. However, Speaker Om Birla removed a significant amount of his speech.


Rahul Gandhi is free on bail in connection with a corruption case, according to PM Modi. He claimed that Gandhi has been the target of multiple defamation lawsuits and was found guilty of disparaging the OBC community.

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"A fresh drama has been initiated in an attempt to garner sympathy, but the nation is aware that Rahul Gandhi is free on bail following the corruption of millions of crores of dollars. In an instance where he called OBC people thieves, he was found guilty. After making a careless speech in front of the Supreme Court, he was forced to apologize. He stated, "There is a case against him for disparaging a great figure like the legendary independence hero Veer Savarkar.

Prime Minister Modi stated that the depictions of Gods cannot be used for individual political gain, citing Rahul Gandhi's presentation of a banner featuring Lord Shiva as evidence.

"If we do not take yesterday's events seriously, we will not be able to safeguard parliamentary democracy. He continued, "I am stating this because the motivations behind this are not good and I also want to awaken the countrymen. We should not dismiss these activities by calling them stupid or considering them childish—we should not ignore them at all.

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He claimed that Rahul Gandhi's immature behavior was observed by the Lok Sabha on Monday.

The Congress is a "parasite," according to PM Modi. In states where the party ran without the support of the INDIA bloc, he claimed, the party did badly.

The Congress, he claimed, had been celebrating a phony win. "I recall an incident in which a boy used to flaunt everyone his 99-point score. People used to give him a lot of encouragement when they heard 99. Then a teacher entered the room and asked, "Why are you giving out candy?" His score was 99 out of 543, not 99 out of 100. "Now who is going to tell that kid that you have set a global record for failure?" PM Modi asked.

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- With inputs from agencies

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