Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi, on Tuesday, acknowledged the support of the people who elected the BJP-led NDA government for a third consecutive term in the parliamentary polls. He subtly criticized the opposition, stating that he empathizes with those who, despite constant dissemination of falsehoods, faced a significant loss. In his response to the debate on the motion of thanks to the President's Address in the Lok Sabha, Modi highlighted the public's endorsement of his government's 'zero-tolerance' policy against corruption.

Modi noted the commendable conduct of new MPs who, despite their inexperience, contributed to the dignity and value of the House. He emphasized his government's principle of 'no appeasement, justice for all,' and the global enhancement of India's credibility due to its policies prioritizing the nation.

The Prime Minister also addressed the issue of appeasement politics, criticizing its long-standing presence in the country. He assured the nation of the government's commitment to achieving a 'Developed India' with full dedication and honesty.

During his speech, Speaker Om Birla expressed dissatisfaction with Rahul Gandhi's conduct as the Leader of the Opposition, criticizing his directive for opposition members to gather in the well of the House. The debate on the motion of thanks to the President's address commenced in the Lok Sabha on Monday.