Union Minister Smriti Irani Calls for Unity to Defend India’s Democracy Against Foreign Power’s Threat

In a shocking revelation, a foreign power with George Soros at the center has declared its intention to attack India’s democratic structure, with Prime Minister Narendra Modi as the primary target.

Soros, a billionaire philanthropist and founder of the Open Society Foundations, has long been accused by some conservative and nationalist groups of seeking to destabilize governments and interfere in foreign elections.

In a statement released on Monday, the foreign power announced its intention to create a system in India that would serve its interests rather than the interests of the Indian people.

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The announcement has sent shockwaves through India’s political establishment, with many expressing concerns about the potential implications for the country’s democratic institutions.

Union Minister Smriti Irani was quick to respond, calling on all Indians to unite and give a “befitting reply” to the foreign power’s threat. In a tweet, she wrote: “Every Indian should take a stand against those who seek to undermine our democracy. We must defend our sovereignty and protect our national interests.”

The statement by the foreign power has sparked a flurry of activity among India’s security agencies, with officials reportedly stepping up efforts to identify and neutralize any potential threats.

Some experts have suggested that the threat may be part of a larger pattern of attempts by foreign actors to undermine India’s stability and influence in the region.

As the situation continues to unfold, many are calling for calm and for all Indians to remain vigilant in the face of any potential threats to the country’s democratic system.

The government has yet to issue an official response to the threat, but officials have assured the public that they are closely monitoring the situation and taking all necessary measures to ensure the safety and security of the country and its people.


  • Govind Mishra

    An Indian author and editor. He has also edited several volumes of articles, stories, essays, and poetry. Mishra studied English Literature at Mithila University. He began his career as a political youth activist in Bihar JDU, and a journalist, working for various news portals, blogs, and magazines, before eventually becoming an editor. Mishra has written extensively on social and cultural issues, and his books often explore themes of caste, class, gender, and religion in Indian society. He has also written on contemporary Indian politics and economics, as well as on classical Indian literature.

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