Rahul Gandhi clarifies after PM Modi criticizes him over the “Shakti” controversy.

Rahul Gandhi had said,”There is a word ‘Shakti’ (might) in Hinduism.

In response to Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s criticism of Congress Member Rahul Gandhi for his “Shakti” comment, which has sparked intense controversy ahead of the Lok Sabha elections, Gandhi on Monday provided an explanation.

“My remarks are not liked by Modi ji. Gandhi wrote on social media platform X, “He tries to twist my statements and change the meaning because he knows that I have spoken a deep truth.”

Gandhi has summoned ‘Shakti’ on Sunday in Shivaji Park in Mumbai to challenge the electronic voting machines (EVM). In Hinduism, there is a term for “might” called “Shakti.” We are engaged in combat with a Shakti, or state power. What that Shakti is and what it means for us is the question at hand. EVMs have sold their souls and integrity to the King (Modi). It is a reality that this exists. On the final day of the Bharat Jodo Nyay Yatra, he had declared, “Not just EVMs, but every autonomous institution of the country, be it the ED, CBI, or Income Tax department, have traded their spines to the Centre.”

Gandhi defended his statement on Monday, stating, “Modiji is the disguise of the ‘Shakti’ I described, whom we are battling. It is a force that has engulfed the media, industries, Election Commission, CBI, IT department, ED, voice, institutions, and constitutional framework of India.”


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