PM Modi starts election campaign in Maharashtra by discussing about Ayodhya and Kashmir

Prime Minister Narendra Modi has heaped praises on the Devendra Fadnavis-led government and castigated Opposition parties for ‘politicising’ the Centre’s actions and exhorted people to respect the ongoing Supreme Court proceedings in the Ayodhya dispute.

During the ‘Mahajanadesh’ rally, PM Modi has launched the BJP’s campaign for the Maharashtra election which will be held next month.

PM Modi has said this was the wish of 130 crore Indians on the decision of revoking provisions of Article 370 in Jammu and Kashmir. He said that the decision has been taken to save the Kashmiris from the cycle of violence, terror and separatism. They have suffered for 40 years due to wrong policies and 42,000 people were killed.

He added that the decision to revoke provisions under Article 370 has been a decision for the unity of India. He also said that they used to say that Kashmir is theirs. Now, every Indian will say that we have to create a new Kashmir so we must embrace Kashmiris and create paradise there again.

Taking about the opposition, he said that they are busy commenting for their own political interests rather than supporting the government for national interest.

He has added he can understand the confusion of the Congress. He feel bad when an experienced leader like Sharad Pawar makes wrong statements for votes. He said he likes the neighbouring country. But every one knows where the terror factory is.

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