'Save Constitution': priyanka Gandhi's Kids…

congress leader priyanka Gandhi Vadra along with her husband Robert Vadra and children Rehan Rajiv Vadra and Miraya Vadra exercised their voting rights at a polling booth in delhi during the sixth phase of polling of lok sabha election 2024. Rehan (23) and Miraya (21), rarely seen in public, showed their inked fingers to the media cameras. After casting his vote, Rehan urged other youngsters to come forward and vote to “safeguard our Constitution”.

“I believe this election holds significant importance. I urge all young people to participate in voting, aiming to safeguard our Constitution and contribute towards fostering positive transformations,” he said. Miraya also said, “Everybody should come out and vote”.

This is the first time both Vadra scions voted in the general election. Despite being 19 years old during the 2019 lok sabha polls, Raihan Vadra missed the opportunity to vote as he had to go to london for his exams. When asked about the PM face of the india alliance, he said, “The alliance will choose that. I know that rahul will work in the interest of the country and will fulfil Rajiv’s dream.”

priyanka Gandhi is not contesting from any seat in the ongoing polls, while his brother rahul gandhi is contesting from two seats–Wayanad and Rae Bareli. Meanwhile, Senior congress leaders sonia gandhi and rahul gandhi also cast their votes in the New delhi constituency today. They reached the polling station set up at Nirman Bhawan around 9.30 am. The congress and the aam aadmi party (AAP), constituents of the india bloc, are contesting the lok sabha polls together in Delhi. The results of the lok sabha election 2024 will be announced on june 4.

Recover from the Corrupt, Return to the Poor!!!

After coining the phrase ‘Na Khaunga, Na Khaane Dunga’ to show his resolve against corruption, prime minister Narendra Modi says the next step would be to recover what the corrupt stole and return it to the poor they stole from. In an exclusive interview to News18’s Aman Sharma, Payal Mehta, Aman Chopra and amitabh Sinha, prime minister Modi said the technology-driven era we live in gives massive scope in ensuring corruption-free governance.

“We are in a technology-driven era. The technology is disruptive, transformative, and easily accessed. This gives massive scope with respect to zero-tolerance on corruption,” he added.

Asked how he would take the resolve of ‘Na Khaunga, Na Khaane Dunga’ forward in a potential third term, PM Modi said: “’Na Khaata Hun, Na Khaane Deta Hun’ will always be there, but now I am trying to take it forward. Jisne khaaya hai usse nikalunga, aur jiska gaya hai usko khilaunga (I will recover from those who stole and will return it to those they stole from).”

In the interview, the prime minister also rued not having a “strong Opposition” against him in the last 10 years. “In a democracy, it is very important that there is a strong opposition, which keeps the government on the sword’s edge and on its toes, such an opposition is very necessary. There is no absence of talent in this country and they should get an opportunity. I thought that in 2014 to 2024 that I should have got a strong opposition, if there is one thing missing in my life, it is that of a good opposition,” he said.

Modi said he did not get any positive contribution from the Congress. “They had run the government for 60 years, so I thought I would ask them for advice on their way out so that I would get help. Till pranab mukherjee was there, I benefitted from him as he used to share his experience. But I got no benefit from the opposition. I gained only from my party colleagues and from my experience as gujarat CM,” he said.

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