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Congress manifesto is Dhakosla: PM Modi

Congress manifesto is Dhakosla

Raipur, April 16
Terming the Congress’s election manifesto as ‘Dhakosla’ (a gag), Prime Minister Narendra Modi stated “Congress in its manifesto has promised to scrap sedition law if they will be forming government in Delhi this time which means those who mislead youths residing in forest and give weapons to their hands (for meeting their western interest) will get license.”
Asking the massive gathering that ‘Congress Ka Haath Vikas Ke Saath Hai Ya Vinash Ke Saath (Congress is with development or with destruction), Modi said that strict action which our government is taking will not be possible in Congress government.
Modi was addressing massive gathering in Chhattisgarh’s Korba district on Tuesday.
Modi further asked the gathering that Chhattisgarh need landmines or electricity and power supply line and said that Congress Ka Panja Sirf Naxaliyon Ke Saath Hi Nahi Balki Unke Saath Bhi Hai Jo Desh Ke Tukde Tukde Karna Chahte Hai (Congress’s hand is not only with insurgents but also supporting people who want to divide the country).
Paying tribute to BJP MLA Bhima Mandavi and four security personnel recently killed in a naxal attack took place in Chhattisgarh’s insurgency-hit Dantewada district, Modi said it’s unfortunate that the attack took place in the area where dominance of naxal was brought significantly very down.
“At the time of assembly elections when I came here in Chhattisgarh I drew the attention of people towards Congress leaders terming naxals as revolutionaries. There was a trend of terming naxals as revolutionaries within the Congress,” stated Modi.
Large number of security personnel working round the close and scarifying their lives to safeguard and country as well as people while being deployed in Kashmir and other parts of the country but Congress is trying to weaken them, added
Meanwhile, Modi also attacked Congress for scrapping Ayushman Bharat Yojana.

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