Sharad Pawar's 'Bhatakti Atma' Warning To PM Narendra Modi

NCP (SP) chief Sharad Pawar, speaking at a rally in Ahmednagar on Monday to commemorate the 25th Foundation Day of the NCP, sharply criticised Prime Minister Narendra Modi for his choice of words during election campaigns.
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Sharad Pawar made the comment while referring to PM Narendra Modi's speech during an election rally

NCP (SP) chief Sharad Pawar, speaking at a rally in Ahmednagar on Monday to commemorate the 25th Foundation Day of the NCP, sharply criticised Prime Minister Narendra Modi for his choice of words during election campaigns, claiming it undermined the dignity of his office. Pawar specifically referred to PM Modi's comment in which he called Pawar a "wandering soul" (bhatakta atma). "Modi's words will forever linger. According to him, 'atma' remains forver. Hence, this 'atma' will continue to haunt him," Pawar stated.
Questioning PM Modi's mandate as Prime Minister for a third term, Pawar asked, "Did Modi have the people's mandate when he assumed office? Did he have the majority? He had to rely on the support of Bihar Chief Minister and the TDP to form the government," Pawar remarked.
The rally was attended by all eight newly-elected MPs of the party, along with state chief Jayant Patil and other leaders.
Pawar also stated that a Prime Minister should represent all citizens, regardless of caste, creed, or religion, but accused Modi of neglecting this responsibility. "Minorities such as Muslims, Christians, Sikhs, and Parsis are integral to our nation. It is the duty of the government to instill confidence among them, a task where Modi has failed," he said.
In further criticism, Pawar condemned PM Modi for labeling the Uddhav Thackeray-led Shiv Sena as the "fake" Shiv Sena. "Bal Thackeray built the Shiv Sena and established its significance. The BJP allied with Shiv Sena and gained the trust of the Marathi community. Now, Modi dismisses the Shiv Sena of Balasaheb Thackeray as fake. Such statements do not befit a Prime Minister. It indicates a leader's desperation when faced with the prospect of losing power," Pawar said.
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