- PM Modi said dynastic politics is biggest enemy of democracy
- Talent is the biggest casualty of dynastic politics
- PM Modi slammed Akhilesh's party saying 'fake Samajwadi' only concerned about 'Parivarvad'
Prime Minister Narendra Modi, on the eve of the Uttar Pradesh assembly election 2022, launched a scathing attack at Congress, Samajwadi Party over dynastic politics saying it's the biggest enemy of democracy.
Speaking to ANI a day before UP elections, PM Modi said dynastic politics compromises on the talent coming into a political party.
Taunting Akhilesh Yadav's Samajwadi Party, PM Modi recalled his 'fake Samajwadi' jibe saying these parties were concerned about only parivarvad.
PM Modi shared one incident when he received a letter in the past which mentioned that during the Samajwadi Party-led government in Uttar Pradesh, around 45 people from a family held various positions.
Further speaking on dynastic politics, PM Modi said there is a difference between one or two people from a family getting tickets, winning elections, and important positions in a party being held by a particular family.
The problem comes when a family itself becomes a party, he said.
When a party is run for generations by a family, there's only dynasty, not dynamics. Starting from J&K, where there're two parties run by two separate families, you can see a similar trend in Haryana, Jharkhand, Uttar Pradesh & Tamil Nadu. Dynastic politics is the biggest enemy of democracy, the Prime Minister said.