The Indian Congress party has criticised Prime Minister Narendra Modi's leadership in a no-confidence motion against his government, accusing the BJP of prioritising political gain over honesty, peace and social cohesion. The motion was tabled this week in the Indian Parliament against Modi, whose BJP-led government secured a new term in May's elections. While the government is expected to win the vote, the debate has provided a platform for the Congress party to voice its opposition. During a debate, Gaurav Gogoi, the deputy leader of Congress in Lok Sabha, criticized Prime Minister Modi's attitude of remaining silent on major national concerns while delivering speeches on everything else. Gogoi targeted Modi's personality trait and his continuous sermonizing on a myriad of topics.