Now, the 'gumrahi' (misleading) gang has hijacked the farmers' agitation and doing politics over it, he said, adding that some people in the country still have "feudal arrogance".
Naqvi's remarks came after some Congress leaders raised doubts on the restricted use approval granted to Bharat Biotechs vaccine while its third phase trial is still underway.
Farmers throughout the country are satisfied that Prime Minister Narendra Modi has worked for their empowerment and interests after coming to power, Naqvi said in an interview.
Among over 40,000 applications received so far include more than 500 applications under the category of women (desirous of travelling) without 'Mehram' (male companion), the statement said.
Modi transformed political sphere which jolted those who considered politics 'dynastic property': Naqvi
Prime Minister Modi has brought a revolutionary and far-reaching change in India's political sphere, Naqvi was quoted as saying in a statement issued by his office.
Meanwhile, several Congress leaders have left the J&K Congress to fend for themselves, and top leaders of Gupkar Alliance have stayed away from campaigning.
Naqvi underscored that the ministry had put in many safeguards to ensure that the money reached the beneficiaries without any lapses and the process was transparent.
He also alleged that Gandhi never misses a chance to meet the families of PFI members and those who were arrested by police for involvement in anti-national activities.
Naqvi made the remarks while, along with Minister for Education Ramesh Pokhriyal "Nishank", laid the foundation stone for a new Jawahar Navodaya Vidyalaya at Pakur in Jharkhand
All the welfare schemes of the Ministry of Minority Affairs are available to the members of the Anglo-Indian community, said Mukhtar Abbas Naqvi.
PM Modi put an end to red beacon culture which was synonymous with snobbery and naked show of power and status, Naqvi said.
Naqvi said the steps taken by PM Narendra Modi in the healthcare sector have ensured that despite the huge population, India has been successful in containing the effects of the pandemic.
India has not only become self-reliant in manufacturing N-95 masks, PPE, ventilators and other equipment, but has also helped other countries, Minority Affairs Minister asserted.
Incidentally, the event comes a day before Eid-al-Adha and three days before Raksha Bandhan.
Mukhtar Abbas Naqvi said August 1 is the day on which Muslim women were freed from the social evil of triple talaq and it has been recorded in the country's history as 'Muslim Women's Rights Day'.