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NEW DELHI: PM Modi took a swipe at Congress and its tradition of dynastic succession ahead of the anticipated elevation of Rahul Gandhi as party president, saying internal democracy in political parties was necessary for the future of democracy in the country.
Speaking at a ‘Diwali Milan’ function at the BJP office here on Saturday, Modi said it was important that the democratic processes involved in decision-making in parties be studied as these merited more attention than political funding. The media needs to discuss the ideologies, internal democracy and the process of generating opportunities for the next generation of leaders, Modi said in what seemed a dig at Congress as he elaborated on BJP’s charge that dynastic succession had stunted prospects of Rahul’s contemporaries.
In the past, BJP and Modi have used the term “shahzada (crown prince)” to attack Rahul while describing the UPA regime as a “sultanate”. “Whether democratic values are a part of their (parties’) core values or not, should be debated widely…. I believe that the development of a true democratic spirit within political parties is necessary not only for the country’s future but also democracy,” he said.
Though Modi made no mention of Congress, the allusion ahead of Rahul’s expected take-over as Congress chief from Sonia Gandhi was clear. Modi also acknowledged that uniform communication was not possible once a party grew bigger, as BJP has, and differing voic es did emerge. This was different from when BJP was a small organisation in the form of Jana Sangh.
He added that he was unable to meet the media frequently given the constraints of office but said he took interactions as a valuable means of feedback. He thanked the media for its support to the ‘Swachh Bharat’ project, saying it had spoken in one voice over the issue even if it might have been critical of the government in other matters.