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Those rejected in elections are spreading lies: Modi

Without naming anyone, Modi also targeted the "echo system" backing them, and said it has always been against the BJP.

By PTI in New Delhi

  • Published 20.01.20, 6:18 PM
  • Updated 20.01.20, 6:18 PM
Prime Minister Narendra Modi with newly elected BJP National President JP Nadda (C), after the latter was elected as the new chief of the BJP unit unopposed, at BJP HQ in New Delhi, Monday, January 20, 2020. Veteran party leader L.K. Advani (L) and Union home minister Amit Shah (R) are also seen.
Prime Minister Narendra Modi with newly elected BJP National President JP Nadda (C), after the latter was elected as the new chief of the BJP unit unopposed, at BJP HQ in New Delhi, Monday, January 20, 2020. Veteran party leader L.K. Advani (L) and Union home minister Amit Shah (R) are also seen. PTI

Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Monday hit out at Opposition parties, saying those rejected by people in elections have been left with few weapons and were spreading confusion and lies.

Without naming anyone, Modi also targeted the "echo system" backing them, and said it has always been against the BJP.

Asserting that despite attempts by the Opposition to spread confusion and lies, he said people's faith in the BJP and his government have remained "unshaken", adding the party returned to power with a bigger mandate in the 2019 Lok Sabha polls despite its rivals fighting with their full strength.

He was addressing the BJP leaders and workers at a ceremony to felicitate newly elected party president J. P. Nadda.

Modi also said that he was sure that the party will scale newer heights during Nadda's presidency.

The Prime Minister also praised Amit Shah for his contribution, describing him as an "outstanding karyakarta (worker)".

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