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These elections will decide if the ‘Tukde-Tukde’ gang and its sympathisers will prevail or the proponents of ‘Ek Bharat, Shreshth Bharat’ will prevail: PM Modi in Gujarat
While on one hand, we have given a free hand to our armed forces to act against terrorists, on the other hand, the Congress’ ‘Dhakosala Patr’ promises measures that will weaken our security apparatus: PM Modi
Congress is anti-middle class. Whenever it comes to power, both inflation and corruption soar in the country: Prime Minister Modi

Prime Minister Narendra Modi addressed major public meetings in Himmatnagar, Surendranagar and Anand in Gujarat today.

 

 

 

Speaking about the importance of the ongoing Lok Sabha elections in deciding the future of India, PM Modi said, “These elections will decide the direction our country takes for the future. These elections will decide if those that have devoted their lives to nationalistic pursuits will prevail or those that indulge in anti-national activities and legitimise them. These elections will decide if the ‘Tukde-Tukde’ gang and its sympathisers will prevail or the proponents of ‘Ek Bharat, Shreshth Bharat’ will prevail. Thus, these elections are quite crucial for our growing country and I would urge all the voters to exercise their franchise wisely.”

 

 

Tearing in on the Opposition parties, particularly the Congress for being weak on terrorism, Prime Minister Modi said, “While on one hand, we have given a free hand to our armed forces to act against terrorists, on the other hand, the Congress’ ‘Dhakosala Patr’ promises several measures that will greatly weaken our security apparatus and demoralise our armed forces. We will never allow this to happen.” He further spoke at length about the ways in which Congress had insulted and humiliated Sardar Vallabhbhai Patel and even criticised PM Modi for constructing the tallest statue in the world to honour Vallabhbhai Patel.

 

 

Contrasting the sad state of the economy during UPA-I and UPA-II with that of NDA since 2014, Prime Minister Modi said, “Congress is anti-middle class. Whenever it comes to power, both inflation and corruption soar in the country. However, since 2014, our prudent financial policies have ensured that inflation remains under 4% while we have also reduced interest rates on home-loans under the PM Awas Yojana for the benefit of the middle class. While the Congress and its leaders abuse honest tax payers, we acknowledge their contribution towards nation-building and thank them in the Parliament.

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PM congratulates President-elect of Sri Lanka Mr. Gotabaya Rajapaksa over telephone
November 17, 2019
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Prime Minister Shri Narendra Modi congratulated President-elect of Sri Lanka Mr. Gotabaya Rajapaksa over telephone on his electoral victory in the Presidential elections held in Sri Lanka yesterday.

Conveying the good wishes on behalf of the people of India and on his own behalf, the Prime Minister expressed confidence that under the able leadership of Mr. Rajapaksa the people of Sri Lanka will progress further on the path of peace and prosperity and fraternal, cultural, historical  and civilisational ties between India and Sri Lanka will be further strengthened. The Prime Minister reiterated India’s commitment to continue to work with the Government of Sri Lanka to these ends.

Mr. Rajapaksa thanked the Prime Minister  for his good wishes. He also expressed his readiness to work with India very closely to ensure development and security.

The Prime Minister extended an invitation to Mr. Rajapaksa to visit India at his early convenience. The invitation was accepted