Wayanad Seat Not Secure: PM Modi Warns Rahul Gandhi, Says 'Jaise Amethi Se Bhaagna Pada...'

Prime Minister Narendra Modi in an election rally in Maharashtra's Nanded said that Rahul Gandhi's Wayanad Lok Sabha seat is not secure and soon the party will have to find another safe seat for its "Shehzade".
PM Modi, Rahul Gandhi

PM Modi cautioned the Congress party that it will need to seek out an alternative secure constituency for Rahul Gandhi.

New Delhi: Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Saturday cautioned Congress leader Rahul Gandhi that his Wayanad Lok Sabha seat is no longer guaranteed, suggesting that the party may need to find another secure seat for him soon. Speaking at a rally in Maharashtra's Nanded, PM Modi, without directly mentioning Rahul Gandhi's name, forecasted a similar outcome for him in the upcoming Lok Sabha elections as witnessed in 2019, where he lost from Amethi, a traditional Congress stronghold.
"Congress ke shehzade, unhe bhi Wayanad mein sankat dikh raha hai...Jaise Amethi se bhagna pada, aap maan ke chaliye wo Wayanad bhi chodenge... (The Prince of Congress is facing a danger in Wayanad. Like he was made to escape Amethi, believe me, he will have to leave Wayanad as well)," PM Modi said.
"Kerala CM Pinarayi Vijayan has blasted Congress leader in such a language that even I do not use for them. I am sure Congress will look for another safe seat for its Shahjada after voting in Wayanad is completed," PM Modi added.
The Congress has yet to announce its candidates for the key constituencies of Amethi and Rae Bareli.
Rahul Gandhi faced a defeat in the family bastion of Amethi to Smriti Irani in the 2019 elections. Earlier this year, Sonia Gandhi relinquished the Rae Bareli seat, opting instead for a move to the Rajya Sabha.
Prime Minister Modi remarked, "For the first time, the family will not vote for a Congress candidate in the constituency where they reside, as there is no party candidate there."
PM Modi asserted that in the initial phase of the Lok Sabha elections, the citizens of India overwhelmingly supported the BJP-led NDA coalition.
He remarked that the INDIA bloc partners were contesting against each other for 25 percent of Lok Sabha seats. "If this is the current situation, what will they do after the elections?" he questioned.
Addressing workers and leaders of other parties, the Prime Minister urged them to persevere in their efforts for democracy. "Even if you feel that you are going to lose the elections and wonder why you should work hard, I want to say work hard for democracy. 'Today or tomorrow, if not tomorrow, the day after, if not then, someday, you may get a chance'," he said.
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