NEW DELHI: Former Prime Minister Manmohan Singh on Sunday sought support for the Congress and its president Rahul Gandhi, saying the democracy of the country is in danger with the Modi government consistently undermining its Constitutional institutions. Launching an all-out attack on the government, he said it has failed to fulfil all its promises it made before coming to the power and it’s the time it should give an account of its works to the people of the country.The former Prime Minister claimed the anger among all sections of the society has shot up in the last four years due to the rising threat to the safety and security of the people and the vanishing employment opportunities, which has left the youths worried.Singh said the pessimism is on the rise across the country, the law and order situation is bad and the atrocities against the minorities, the Dalits and the women are rising, but the Modi government seems hardly perturbed. “The manner in which the Modi government is functioning, it can also pose a threat to democracy in the country.In the last few days, what happened in Indian Parliament is before the people of the country (to see),” he said, addressing the Jan Akrosh Rally’ at Ramlila Maidan on Sunday. Accusing the Modi government of thwarting the Opposition’s ‘No Confidence Motion’ in Parliament, Singh said it did everything possible and conspired to stop it from being taken up in Parliament.
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