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In a fiery speech delivered on Friday, Prime Minister Narendra Modi launched a blistering critique against the INDI bloc, alleging that one of its constituent parties Communist Party of India (Marxist) has pledged to dismantle India’s nuclear weapons arsenal. Speaking at a rally in Rajasthan’s Barmer, PM Modi raised serious concerns over what he described as a “highly concerning declaration against the nation.”

PM Modi’s remarks come amidst escalating tensions and political maneuvering ahead of the 2024 Lok Sabha Election, setting the stage for a contentious electoral battle. The specter of national security, particularly India’s nuclear capabilities, has emerged as a focal point in the political discourse, with the Prime Minister taking a strong stance against any perceived threat to the country’s defense posture.

Addressing the rally, PM Modi underscored the significance of the region of Pokhran, renowned for India’s nuclear tests in 1998, which granted the nation its nuclear capabilities. He expressed bewilderment and disdain at the purported intentions of the INDI Alliance to dismantle India’s nuclear arsenal, questioning the logic behind such a move.

“What sort of alliance seeks to render India defenseless?” PM Modi exclaimed, emphasizing the gravity of the situation and framing it as a matter of national security and sovereignty. The Prime Minister’s remarks aimed to galvanize public opinion and rally support against any perceived threats to India’s strategic interests.

The alleged pledge to dismantle India’s nuclear weapons arsenal, as attributed to a faction within the INDI Alliance, raises questions about the alliance’s stance on crucial security issues and its commitment to safeguarding India’s interests. PM Modi’s forceful condemnation reflects the broader sentiment within the ruling party and underscores the significance of nuclear deterrence in India’s defense strategy.