Will you bring back Article 370 if you come to power?: PM Modi to CongressOctober 14, 2019
M Narendra Modi on Monday again challenged the Congress party over Article 370 and asked whether the party would bring back Article 370 if they come back to power.
In an election rally in Haryana’s Ballabhgarh, PM Modi said that when he comes to Haryana, he feels as if he has come home. He also said that development in the state was his priority.
“Haryana has taught me a lot and so whenever I come here, I feel that I have come to my house,” PM Modi said.
He also said, “Development here [in Haryana] and change in the lives of the people has always been my priority.”
Talking about his candidates in the upcoming Haryana assembly elections, PM Modi said, “Haryana has got a strong captain and a strong team. Opposition is disintegrating.”
‘Haryana is the land of the brave’
PM Modi also praised Haryana and said, “Haryana is the land of the brave. The state has given many sports heroes.”
PM Modi said that the state has helped him grow. Talking about the decisions taken by his newly formed government, PM Modi said, “You have given me five years. But I have been taking steps and not even five months have passed.”
“I am working towards fulfilling all my promises,” PM Modii said.
Talking about India’s stand internationally, PM Modi said, “World leaders are standing with India today.”
PM Modi also mentioned Article 370 and said that India was taking bold decisions now. “India is taking decisions which could not be imagined before. India is taking bold decisions today.”
PM Modi said, “Jammu and Kashmir and Ladakh are on the way to development and trust. All Indians wanted Kashmir to be integrated.”
PM Modi gave the credit for abrogation of Article 370 to the people of India and said, “It is not because of Modi, but the people of India. You clicked the Kamal button and gave me the pwower to take these decisions for you.”
PM Modi slammed Congress over Rafale deal
PM Modi also slammed the Congress party and said corruption had sunk the grand old party. He criticised the party for politicising Rafale deal during the Lok Sabha elections.
“What was the hype he [Rahul Gandhi] created during the Lok Sabha elections regarding the Rafale plane. These people tried their best to cancel the aircraft agreement. But despite all the efforts of these people, the first Rafale aircraft has been handed over to India,” PM Modi said.
PM Modi challenged Congress over Article 370
He also said that Congress was asking help from abroad against Article 370 and challenged the party to revoke the decision.
“Congress is going abroad to ask for help against Article 370. I challenge Congress to bring Article 370 in their manifesto,” PM Modi said.
“Will you bring back Article 370 if you come to power?” PM Modi said. He also accused Congress of opposing all decisions of the Modi government just for the sake of it and said, “Congress is shedding crocodile tears.”