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Congress lawyers creating hurdles in SC to delay Ayodhya case verdict: Modi

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Accusing Congress of delaying verdict pertaining to Ram Temple in Supreme Court, Prime Minister Narendra Modi alleged that Congress lawyers are creating hurdles in the apex court so that an early judgment is not delivered.

In an interview to a news agency, Modi also bring all rumours and speculation to an end, and made it crystal clear that a decision on bringing an ordinance on Ram Temple at Ayodhya can be taken after the judicial process is complete.

Meanwhile, Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh (RSS) has welcomed PM Modi’s remarks on construction of Ram temple in Ayodhya and termed the remark as positive step towards construction of the temple.

On being asked about loan waivers, Modi said it is not the ideal solution to their debts. He stated that a majority of farmers who commit suicides are those who take loans from moneylenders. Mr Modi alleged that Congress is misleading the nation by announcing farm loan waivers in the states governed by the party. He said Congress governments have not waived loans of all the farmers as it had promised.

Prime Minister said his government is making sincere efforts to improve the lives of farmers. He enumerated steps like soil health cards, better quality and cheap seeds and hike in MSP on 22 crops to benefit farmers. He said the government is also taking steps to provide farmers with facilities, such as cold storage, warehousing, value chain addition so that they get most of their yield.

Meanwhile, the PM also highlighted achievements of Ayushman Bharat, mudra yojana, UDAAN and start up schemes.

With high morale, BJP is confident of registering thumping victory in the coming general elections, added Modi

In the meantime, he also targeted Congress over wide range of issues including Rafale, Agusta Westland chopper deal and Gandhi family facing court cases over alleged financial irregularities.

He also backed the decision of demonetization by terming it as a move to strengthen country’s economy and progress.

On being asked about surgical strikes, the PM said although, it was a big risk but carried out for the sake of the country. It was unfortunate that opposition questioned the surgical strikes.


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