In a recent address in the Rajya Sabha, Prime Minister Narendra Modi made significant allegations against the Congress party while also addressing the issue of parliamentary disruptions.

His remarks shed light on the political landscape and the passing of the Public Examinations Bill, 2024.

PM Modi accused the Congress party of depriving Other Backward Classes (OBCs) of their rights over the past seven decades.

He criticized the historical lack of complete reservation for OBCs, absence of reservation for economically disadvantaged individuals in the general category, and the perceived snubbing of Baba Saheb Ambedkar for the Bharat Ratna.

Modi also highlighted the Congress's alleged practice of conferring the Bharat Ratna primarily upon members of its own family, questioning their credibility in advocating for social justice.

PM Modi addressed the disruption in Parliament, asserting that the opposition had not come with the intention of listening but rather to obstruct.

He emphasized his unwavering voice, stating that it could not be suppressed, attributing its strength to the support of the people of India.

Meanwhile, the Lok Sabha recently passed the Public Examinations (Prevention of Unfair Means) Bill, 2024, aimed at curbing malpractices in public examinations.

The bill, which addresses issues such as question paper leaks and tampering of documents or computer networks, carries provisions for severe penalties, including imprisonment of up to 10 years and hefty fines exceeding Rs 1 crore.

Union Minister Jitendra Singh clarified that students or candidates themselves would not fall under the purview of this legislation.

PM Modi's speech in the Rajya Sabha highlighted both political allegations and legislative advancements, providing insight into the current state of affairs in Indian politics and governance.