On Monday, the Congress hit back at the BJP for ‘daydreaming’ of staying in power for the next 50 years. The Congress also said that India cannot become North Korea.
BJP president Amit Shah recently said that his party will rule for the next 50 years. Reacting to this, Congress chief spokesperson Randeep Surjewala termed the claim as ‘Mungerilal Ke Haseen Sapne” – a famous TV serial in which the main character was always daydreaming.
He said, “Those people who seek to end democracy, those who seek to snatch your vote, trample under their feet the country’s Constitution and crush its values, only such arrogant and autocratic rulers can stake claims of ruling for 50 years together.”
He added, “But, we want to tell them that India cannot become North Korea as there are awakened journalists, awakened political parties and a very awakened public and it will not take time to bring you from power to the ground.”
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