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PM Modi's Advice To Opposition Over Assembly Polls Defeat

By FnF Correspondent | PUBLISHED: 04, Dec 2023, 17:27 pm IST | UPDATED: 05, Dec 2023, 17:33 pm IST

PM Modi's Advice To Opposition Over Assembly Polls Defeat

New Delhi: On the first day of the Winter Session of Parliament, Prime Minister Narendra Modi took a dig at opposition parties saying that the election results show that people are rejecting negativity. He said that opposition parties should learn from the defeat and indulge in positive discussions in Parliament. Giving an advice to the opposition leaders, PM Modi said, "If I speak based on the the current election results, this is a golden opportunity for the friends sitting in Opposition. Rather than venting frustration over defeat, if you learn from this setback and move forward with positivity in this session, the country's perspective towards us will change. If you embrace positivity, leaving behind the negativity that has prevailed for the past nine years, a new door might open for you. Even though they are in opposition, I am offering them good advice: come with positive thinking."

Taking a dig at Rahul Gandhi, PM Modi said, "Everyone's future is bright; there is no need to be disheartened. But please, do not express the frustration of defeat in Parliament." PM Modi urged the opposition leaders to not use Parliament as a stage to vent their frustration. "I am saying based on my long experiece, change your actions, opposition for the sake of opposing is not the correct way. Support positive things for the welfare of the nation," advised PM Modi to opposition leaders. 

 ...Rajnaitik garmi badi tezi se badh rahi hai. Yesterday, the results of the four-state elections came out. The results are very encouraging - encouraging for those who are committed to the welfare of the common people of the country and to the bright future of the country," said PM Modi.

PM Modi said that the country has rejected negativity. He also said that Parliament is temple of democracy and is essential for public aspiration and to strengthen the foundation of developed India.

"When there is good governance, when there is devotion to public welfare, the word anti-incumbency becomes irrelevant. You can call it pro-incumbency or good governance or transparency or concrete plans for public welfare - but this has been the experience," said PM Modi after BJP's historic win in three states.

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