Editorial With Sujit Nair | Opposition Is Corrupt

In this episode of ‘Editorial,’ Mr. Sujit Nair sheds light on the apparent contradiction within the BJP and Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s narrative. While the BJP and PM Modi vociferously accuse opposition parties of corruption, there seems to be an ironic embrace of allegedly corrupt politicians into their ranks, facilitated by the muscle power of enforcement agencies. During a recent address, the Prime Minister emphasized a rising buzzword – “”guarantee.”” He asserted that all these political parties guarantee corruption, being synonymous with scams amounting to lakhs and crores. The recent Patna gathering serves as a visual representation of this, where individuals implicated in various scams were present, forming a collective guarantee of at least a Rs 20 lakh crore scam. The Prime Minister specifically highlighted the colossal scams attributed to the Congress party, surpassing lakhs of crores in value. These include the infamous 1.86 lakh crore coal scam, the 1.74 lakh crore 2G scam, the Rs 70,000 crore Commonwealth Games scam, and the Rs 10,000 crore MNREGA scam. This narrative underscores the BJP’s challenge in reconciling its anti-corruption rhetoric with the apparent inclusion of individuals accused of major scams. The episode raises questions about the consistency and sincerity of the ruling party’s stance on corruption in Indian politics.

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