PM Modi Condemns Congress’ Move Towards Religious-Based Quotas, Warns of Generational Impact

PM accused Congress of reducing quota for OBCs in Karnataka by putting Muslims castes in same category
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Prime Minister Narendra Modi delivered a scathing rebuke to the Congress party, accusing it of jeopardizing the rights of Other Backward Classes (OBCs) by manipulating reservation quotas in Karnataka. Addressing a rally in Sagar district, Madhya Pradesh, PM Modi branded Congress as the “biggest enemy of the OBCs” and criticized its purported plans to extend religious-based quotas nationwide.

PM Modi highlighted Congress’ history of providing reservations based on religion, which contravenes India’s constitutional provisions. He asserted that such actions undermine the principles laid down by Dr. Babasaheb Ambedkar, the architect of the Constitution, and pose a threat to future generations.

The Prime Minister condemned Congress for allegedly integrating Muslim castes into the OBC quota in Karnataka, thereby diminishing opportunities for genuine OBC beneficiaries. He warned that Congress’ tactics risked diluting the essence of social justice and violating the constitutional spirit.

PM Modi underscored Congress’ intent to impose inheritance tax, a move he deemed detrimental to the wealth accumulated by ancestors. He contrasted the progress witnessed under BJP governance with the previous Congress rule, emphasizing the transformation of Madhya Pradesh from a ‘Bimaru’ (ailing/backward) state to a thriving one.

The Prime Minister’s remarks resonate amid ongoing debates surrounding reservation policies and their impact on social equality and political dynamics. As India navigates complex socio-political terrain, PM Modi’s stance reflects a commitment to upholding constitutional values while navigating the intricacies of identity-based politics.

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