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Conspiracies hatched to defame Indian tea, yoga too: PM Narendra Modi

Other News Materials 11 February 2021 09:48
Conspiracies hatched to defame Indian tea, yoga too: PM Narendra Modi

Prime Minister Narendra Modi hit out at “conspiracies” being hatched abroad to goal India’s tender energy resembling tea and yoga, as he addressed rallies in election-bound Assam and West Bengal on Sunday and launched tasks value greater than Rs 14,000 crore. Speaking in Haldia in West Bengal, he additionally lashed out on the Mamata Banerjee authorities for its silence on the difficulty.

The feedback come shut on the heels of worldwide icons resembling singer Rihanna and local weather change activist Greta Thunberg taking to social media to assist the continuing farmers’ protest at Delhi’s border factors in opposition to three central farm legal guidelines. The rising social media marketing campaign in assist of the protest has additionally focused tea and yoga.

“These days there are conspiracies against the nation,” Modi stated, addressing an enormous gathering in Dhekiajuli in northern Assam’s Sonitpur district. “They are trying to malign the image of Indian tea worldwide.”

He additional stated, “Some documents have revealed that such conspiracy is being hatched by forces sitting in a foreign land. Can you accept those people who accepted these attacks and praised those attackers? Political parties are silent on this attack on Assam’s tea, which is India’s identity. However, every tea worker will ask answers and give them a befitting answer. Let them do their conspiracy, but the people of India would not make them succeed.”

Addressing a rally in Haldia, he slammed chief minister Mamata Banerjee for not talking out in opposition to the alleged conspiracy. “People who talk about ‘Ma, Mati and Manush’ (mother, motherland, people) don’t have the courage to raise their voice for ‘Bharat Mata’. That’s because these people have criminalised politics, institutionalised corruption and politicised the police,” he stated.

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