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People have to decide if ‘vote jihad’ will work or Ram Rajya: PM Modi

For the opposition INDIA alliance partners, their dynasty is more important than the country and they can go to any extent to save their power, PM Modi said.

Modi 2KHARGONE: Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Tuesday said the country has reached a turning point in history and the people have to decide whether it will be run by “vote jihad” or Ram Rajya.

Addressing a rally in Madhya Pradesh’s Khargone district, Modi hit out at the opposition Congress, saying its intent is very dangerous and it calls for “vote jihad” against him.

“India is at a turning point in history; you have to decide if vote jihad will work or Ram Rajya,” he said.

“INDI alliance partners are not bothered about the fate of masses. They are fighting elections to save their dynasty,” Modi said targeting the opposition bloc.

For the opposition INDIA alliance partners, their “viraasat” (dynasty) is more important than the country and they can go to any extent to save their power, he said.

The PM asked the people whether they have heard the popular saying “Apna kaam banta…” (to be concerned only about own work), to which members of the gathering added “bhaad me jaaye janata” (not concerned about others).

“Terrorists in Pakistan are threatening jihad against India. And here, those in the Congress have also announced to do vote jihad against Modi…that means people of a particular religion are being asked to vote unitedly against Modi. Imagine what level the Congress has stooped to,” he said.

The prime minister said the Congress had terrible intentions and its conspiracies were dangerous.

“To understand this, you will have to listen to those people who have been Congress workers and leaders for 20-25 years and these people are now leaving the party,” he said.

“Now listen to them, a woman said when she went to the Ram temple, she was harassed so much that she had to leave the Congress,” Modi said.

Another person who left the Congress said the party has been “captured by the Muslim League and Maoists,” he stated.

“Another leader who left the Congress exposed another deep conspiracy, saying the shehzade (prince) of Congress intends to overturn the Supreme Court’s decision on the Ram Temple like his father did in the Shah Bano case,” he said.

In 1985, the Supreme Court ruled in favour of Shah Bano, a Muslim woman from Indore who had sought maintenance from her husband after divorce, but the then-Congress government under PM Rajiv Gandhi overturned the judgement through an Act.

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