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If Party Run For Generations By Family: PM Slams Dynastic Politics

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Constitution Day: PM Modi’s comments come as the opposition presents a united front against the government.

Bollywood actor Sonu Sood said he will not join any political party ahead of the upcoming polls in Punjab. (File photo)

New Delhi: India is headed towards a crisis, which is “a matter of huge concern” for those having faith in the spirit of democracy, Prime Minister Narendra Modi said this morning in an all-out attack on the Congress. The Prime Minister lashed out at the “dynastic parties” at the Constitution Day event, which 14 opposition parties skipped a day after Congress MP Mallikarjun Kharge held a strategy meet in a prelude to the next week’s winter session.
“Party for the family, by the family… do I need to say more? If a party is run by one family for many generations, then, it isn’t good for a healthy democracy… look at the political parties from Kashmir to Kanyakumari,” the Prime Minister said in his address.

“Dynastic parties are a matter of great concern for those who want to protect the Constitution. India is headed towards a crisis.”

PM Modi’s comments come as the opposition presents a united front against the government.

“By dynastic politics, I don’t mean that more than one member of a family can’t enter politics. No… on the basis of potential, with people’s blessings, people can join politics. But if a political party – generation after generation – is run by one family, it becomes a threat for democracy,” the Prime Minister said in a sharp attack at the Gandhis.

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