PM Narendra Modi Reveals Stance on Electoral Bonds: Opponents to Regret as Transparency May Prevail

Prime Minister Narendra Modi gave an interview to a Tamil Nadu news channel before the Lok Sabha elections, where he addressed the issue of electoral bonds for the first time. 

When asked whether making electoral bond data public has shaken political parties, he responded, “Even before 2014, election spending happened, but there was no information on who gave how much money and who spent it. There could be flaws in the system. No system is perfect. Flaws can be rectified.”

In an interview aired on the BJP’s YouTube channel on Sunday (March 31), he further stated, “If Modi has made the scheme of electoral bonds, then it can be known who gave how much money and when. Those who are demanding that data should be made public will regret it later.”

Apart from this, PM was asked in the interview about the opposition’s allegations of misuse of ED-CBI by the government. To this, PM responded, “We did not establish ED, nor did our government bring in the PMLA law.”

Modi’s Interview: Top 10 Points…

Congress MP’s Home Raids by ED:

The recent raids at the homes of Congress MPs by the Enforcement Directorate (ED) have raised concerns. The independence of the ED and the Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) is crucial, and they must operate freely within the confines of the court’s orders. Presently, the ED is handling around 7,000 cases, with politicians being involved in less than 3% of them.

Invitation to the Pran Pratishtha Ceremony Startled Me:

Receiving an invitation to the Pran Pratishtha ceremony at Ayodhya startled me. Subsequently, I confirmed my attendance and decided to stay for 11 days, during which I took a solemn walk to Ayodhya. Initially, my thoughts were preoccupied with becoming the Prime Minister and serving as a citizen of India thereafter.

Remarks on Foreign Policy:

Every country holds significance for me. Regardless of the task at hand, I give it my utmost attention. When discussing foreign matters, I view each nation as equally important.

Our Coalition Unites Society:

The NDA is a robust coalition that bridges various segments of society. It represents the aspirations of the people and has garnered support over the past decade. Tamil Nadu has assured that it will only vote for the BJP-led NDA alliance.

Anna Malaai Seeks to Serve the Nation:

The youth, inspired by Anna Malaai’s call, are rallying behind the party. They demand service to the nation over personal gain or engaging in corrupt practices. Anna Malaai’s appeal resonates with those eager to serve India and Tamil Nadu.

Injustice with Tamil Nadu’s Heritage:

Injustice has been done to Tamil Nadu’s rich heritage. It’s unacceptable that Tamil, one of the world’s oldest languages, doesn’t instill pride in us. This legacy should be celebrated globally, not undermined.

Enormous Potential in Tamil Nadu:

Politics for me isn’t solely about winning elections; it’s about serving. Every chief minister has been approached, and I’ve interacted with several top leaders. Tamil Nadu has immense potential that must be tapped into without delay.

PM Aligns with Developed Tamil Nadu Vision:

A developed India means every region contributes to its growth. Tamil Nadu can play a significant role in realizing the dream of a developed India.

Inspiration from Kanyakumari to Srinagar:

Even before becoming PM, I have been coming to Tamil Nadu. In 1991, I initiated a unity march from Kanyakumari to Srinagar. During this time, people hoisted the national flag at Lal Chowk. This meeting involved Bhagat Singh, Sukhdev, Rajguru’s descendants, and they conveyed…

Meeting from Kanyakumari to Srinagar:

In 1991, I commenced a unity march from Kanyakumari to Srinagar. This was a pivotal moment when people raised the national flag at Lal Chowk. During this event, I interacted with descendants of Bhagat Singh, Sukhdev, Rajguru, and they conveyed their…

Prime Minister Narendra Modi reflects on various issues in a comprehensive interview, touching on matters ranging from political raids to foreign policy and regional development.

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