Addressing the last Lok Sabha session of the incumbent government, Prime Minister Narendra Modi unveiled an interesting fact. Commemorating his first day in Lok Sabha, the PM said that he was amazed by the aura of the Parliament when he entered for the first time as a member, but the fact that a plaque under the PM’s chair in the House has the names of only the three former Prime Ministers from the Congress party on it, was most surprising. Interestingly, there have been 13 prime ministers before Narendra Modi. Questioning the intent of the ‘intellectuals’ behind this move, PM Modi further asked, “Why this might have happened, what must have been the logic behind the same, great intellectuals with liberal thoughts who advise us daily will surely think about it, and sometimes enlighten us.”
After the revelation made by the prime minister, a guessing game started on social media, and for obvious reasons all the three names were of those of Prime Ministers from the Congress party. The next name that should have been mentioned on the plaque was Morarji Desai’s, the first non-Congress prime minister, again for the obvious reason he was not even mentioned there. It seems that the freedom fighters toiled, gave their sweat and blood, and sacrificed their lives so that one family could sit in the throne for centuries. If one closely analyses Mughal rule in the country and compares the rulers with members of the Nehru Gandhi family, there are stark similarities.
Very Very Important info provided by PM Modi in his speech in Lok Sabha.
Modi is 14th Prime Minister (15th if we count Nanda as well).
There have been 13 PMs before him.
Yet, on the plate below the PM's chair in Lok Sabha, there are names of just 3.
— Suresh Nakhua ?? (@SureshNakhua) February 13, 2019
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Holding the throne of India, an important question that arises here is; how much has the family done for the country to deserve special privileges that others don’t? What good has the family done for the nation? Some might say that the country would have been better off without it. It seems that the Congress party has an ideology of ‘Family First’. For a long time, the Grand Old Party had been running the country from Janpath (10 Janpath is the address of Sonia Gandhi’s residence), which should be done on the basis of ‘Jan mat’ (people’s choice). It won’t be an exaggeration to claim that the Congress party has done nothing for the welfare of any family in the nation besides their own. Not to forget that, most schemes in the country were named after Jawaharlal Nehru, Indira Gandhi and Rajiv Gandhi during the long duration of Congress rule.
In the last speech of his first term, PM Modi also took a jibe at the Congress president Rahul Gandhi for his take on the Rafale deal row. The prime minister further pitched for a majority government, stating the country’s image has enhanced globally due to the electoral mandate enjoyed by the current government. Taking a swipe at Rahul Gandhi, PM Modi referred to the Congress president’s hug and “winking” episodes, saying it was a new thing he witnessed as a first time Member of Parliament.
However, the most important question that needs to be answered is; why are the names of the ten Prime Ministers not etched on the chair? It seems that in order to be a ‘dignified’ PM, one must come from a particular blood line or from a specific party. The whole incident points to a single fact, that the Gandhi family and the Grand Old party are nothing but the epitome of self-importance and ignorance.