'Mann Ki Baat Should Have First Included Manipur Ki Baat': Congress Hits Out At PM Modi

Congress president Mallikarjun Kharge hit out at PM Modi over his silence on Manipur violence and said, "Your Govt is asleep at the wheel while Manipur burns".

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ND24 Web Desk | Published : 2023-06-18

The Congress on Sunday, June 18, took a jibe at PM Narendra Modi over his silence on Manipur.  

Taking to Twitter, Congress president Mallikarjun Kharge wrote, “Your Mann Ki Baat should have first included Manipur Ki Baat, but in vain. The situation in the border state is precarious and deeply disturbing. Looks like your Govt does not consider Manipur as a part of India. This is unacceptable. Your Govt is asleep at the wheel while the state burns (sic)." 


Meanwhile, Jairam Ramesh remarked, "So one more Mann ki Baat but Maun on Manipur. The PM patted himself on the back for India's great capabilities in disaster management. What about the entirely man-made (actually self-inflicted) humanitarian disaster that is confronting Manipur. Still no appeal for peace from him. There is a non-auditable PM-CARES Fund but does the PM even care for Manipur is the real question (sic)." 


These statements came just after PM Modi's Mann Ki Baat radio broadcast in which he said that no one has any control over natural calamities but the strength of disaster management that India has developed over the years is becoming an example today. 



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