Friday, June 14, 2024

Topic: Narendra Modi

Election 2024: Punjab’s farmers debunk Modi’s ‘Vikas’ claims

Alfiya Azeem Khan & Harman Kaur The Prime Minister held a rally in Patiala on May 23 to support party candidate Preeneet Kaur and conducted...

PM Modi repeated ‘Modi’ 758 times, ‘Mandir’ 421 times in poll speeches; ‘unemployment’ not mentioned

Congress criticised Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Thursday for his focus in recent election rallies. According to Congress chief Malikarjun Kharge, Modi mentioned the word ‘Mandir’ 421 times, his own name 758 times, and referred to Muslims, Pakistan, and minorities 224 times in his speeches over the past 15 days. However, he failed to address the issues of inflation and unemployment even once.

The subtle victim blaming of Muslim community in today’s India

How to ensure continued deprivation of a community? Turn the truth on its head, create altered realities through the dominant narrative and keep feeding...

Hate speech: “Learn from Yogi Adityanath where to run bulldozer,” says PM Modi

The BJP’s star campaigner who have been delivering abusive and hate speeches against Muslims in his election speeches, further said that the opposition parties must take tuition from Uttar Pradesh chief minister Yogi Adityanath to learn “where to run bulldozers.”

‘Cannot micromanage EC,’ responds Delhi HC to plea seeking FIR against PM Modi’s anti-Muslim hate speeches

The Delhi High Court ruled on Friday that it cannot  micromanage the Election Commission of India (ECI).

UK group releases “Portfolios of Hate” report listing BJP candidates’ hate speeches; PM Modi tops list

The report by the United Kingdom Indian Muslim Council (UK-IMC) primarily examines the candidates from the BJP-led NDA alliance in the current general elections, who are campaigning based on Narendra Modi's ten-year tenure. It highlights that during Modi's first term from 2014 to 2019, the aforementioned candidates were cited in 23 cases of hate speech. Overall, the report mentions 70 such cases.