They started hating Modi but now they hate India: Says Congress leader

Congress leader Acharya Pramod Krishnam hit out at some of his party leaders, saying they have become anti-Hindu and accused them of hating not only the Ram temple to be built in Ayodhya but also Prime Minister Narendra Modi. However, he said that Congress is not an anti-Hindu party, but he said that some leaders of the party are definitely anti-Hindu. This video is going viral very fast on social media.

According to the viral video, Acharya ji says, “The opposition hates Narendra Modi so much. While hating Modi, they have forgotten that they have started hating India. If Modi forms a new Parliament, then his Protest, establish a religious penalty, oppose it in the form of Sangol in the Parliament, oppose if a train is named ‘Vande Bharat’, oppose it if it is named Namo Bharat.”

Acharya ji further says, “Who stops you from criticizing Modi? The Prime Minister has been criticized and should continue to be criticized. The beauty of democracy is that the Prime Minister’s decisions should be criticized. But it is not right to hate the Prime Minister. Meaning of Namo Bharat. What is that ‘Naman to Bharat’ but also opposition to Namo Bharat?”

Acharya Pramod Krishnam, who is a Congress leader, contested the Lucknow Lok Sabha seat on a Congress ticket during the 2019 Lok Sabha elections. Acharya Krishnam has established the Shri Kalki Foundation in Sambhal and is also the Peethadhishwar of Kalki Dham.

After watching the viral video, many types of reactions were seen by the viewers. A viewer writes, ‘Surprisingly he spoke the truth.’

Another viewer wrote, “Finally he admitted his defeat in a respectable way. Sudhanshu Trivedi is the one who enlightened him.”

Another viewer writes, “When will the opposition parties reform? Hate even the name India?”

Another viewer writes, “The public has completely rejected the anti-India Congress and has kept India in its heart.”

Another writes, “Such people have ruined the party and the people of the country. These days, time is being passed by telling history rather than worrying about the people of the country.”

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