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PM Modi slams Congress, BRS over ‘dynastic politics’

PM Modi slams Congress, BRS over ‘dynastic politics’

PM Modi addresses a public meeting in Hyderabad. ANI



Tribune News Service

New Delhi, March 5

Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Tuesday intensified his attack on the Congress and the BRS in Telangana saying “family-based parties were anti-democracy, anti-youth and anti-talent”.

Addressing a gathering at Sangareddy near Hyderabad, the PM said the Congress was appointing people aged 75 to 80 years in top roles as “it was afraid to promote youngsters and how young talent would impact the fortunes of dynasts”. The PM also took on the opposition parties for “abusing him because he was questioning their dynastic credentials”.

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