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125 crore Indians are our high command, says PM Narendra Modi

 Dharampur(Gujrat),Dec 4(Fast Mail):-Prime Minister Narendra Modi today attacked the Congress party for defaming Gujarat. He said that Congress cannot tolerate or accept leaders from Gujarat and hence always displayed displeasure towards them and the people of the state.

 

At Dharampur, taking a jibe at Mani Shankar Aiyar’s statement in media about elevation of Rahul Gandhi as Congress President, PM Modi said, “I want to congratulate Congress party for their Aurangzeb Raj.” Aiyar had earlier remarked that when Shahjahan or Aurangzeb took over, there were no elections then, and it was natural for the heirs of Badshah to get the throne.

The PM said, “125 crore Indians are our high command.”

PM Modi added, “Why has the Congress stopped saying BJP is anti-Muslim? Earlier, they would go out of the way to show their secularism but now we are all seeing what they are doing in this election, where they are going. Unfortunately for them, Muslims know their real nature.”

Questioning the Congress on why they did not give Constitutional Status to the OBC Commission, the PM stated, “We got a bill but when we did so, they stalled it in the Rajya Sabha. This anti-OBC Congress should be severely punished by the people.” 

 Shri Modi blamed the Congress party for lack of health infrastructure in tribal areas of Gujarat. In this context he shed light on initiatives like 108 Ambulance service undertaken by the BJP government that was ensuring better healthcare facilities for people in such areas.

While speaking at Bhavnagar, the PM said that Gujarat had developed due to the power of Shanti, Ekta and Sadbhavna. He slated how the Congress again and again tried to divide people on the lines of caste, community, urban and rural. “Congress has learnt 'divide and rule' from our colonial rulers rather well”, alleged Shri Modi.

Taking at dig at Congress leader and lawyer Kapil Sibal, the PM remarked, “Congress has a very 'able' lawyer in Kapil Sibal. He is always handling all the indefensible and wrong matters. In 2007 he came to Viramgam and said after the results are out Modi will be in Jail. He was very powerful in that government.”

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