PM Modi to visit Varanasi tomorrow, to announce projects worth Rs 2,900 crore

PM Modi to flag off first ever diesel to electric converted locomotive, foundation stone of Guru Ravidas birth place development project to be laid, Madan Mohan Malviya Cancer Centre of BHU and Homi Bhabha Cancer Hospital Lehartara to be inaugurated.

PM Modi to visit Varanasi tomorrow, to announce projects worth Rs 2,900 crore

 

Prime Minister Narendra Modi will visit his Lok Sabha constituency Varanasi, Uttar Pradesh on Tuesday and is expected to announce several development projects worth Rs 2,900 crore. PM Modi will be inaugurating 31 projects which have already been completed.

“PM Modi will flag off the first ever diesel to electric converted locomotive at diesel locomotive works in Varanasi. He will also inspect the locomotive and visit the exhibition,” according to a statement released by the Prime Minister’s Office.The PM will inaugurate a twin electric WAGC3 loco of 10,000 HP developed by Diesel Locomotive Works, manufactured under Modi government’s ambitious ‘Make in India’ initiative. The converted locos are expected to result in less green house gas emissions and better efficient locomotives for the Indian Railways.

Prime Minister will pay obeisance at Ravidas temple on the occasion of Ravidas Jayanti tomorrow and will lay the foundation stone of Guru Ravidas birth place development.

Among others, PM will inaugurate the newly constructed Madan Mohan Malviya Cancer Centre of Banaras Hindu University, a 350-bed hospital built at a cost of Rs 500 crore. PM will also inaugurate another big cancer treatment facility Homi Bhabha Cancer Hospital Lehartara, jointly set up by the Trusts, the Tata Memorial Centre and Banaras Hindu University.

With the inauguration of both cancer hospitals, Varanasi is set to become an important centre for quality treatment and care in cancer related ailments. The hospitals are likely to provide affordable cancer care to patients in UP, Jharkhand, Bihar, Uttarakhand and even neighbouring countries like Nepal.

Prime Minister Modi will dedicate first new Bhabhatron, an indigenous telecobalt machine for cancer treatment, to the nation. He will unveil the statue of Pandit Madan Mohan Malaviya and murals of Varanasi Ghats in BHU.

Thereafter, at Aaure village in Varanasi, PM will inaugurate a number of development projects, aimed at boosting health and other sectors in Varanasi and nearby areas. He will distribute certificates to beneficiaries of various schemes. He will also distribute aid and assistive devices to Divyangans. PM will later address the gathering.

PM Modi will also inaugurate a number of development projects related to health and other sectors at Aaure village in Varanasi. He will later address the gathering before flying back to Delhi.

 

 

 

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PM Modi, Argentina President hold bilateral talks at Hyderabad House

Macri’s three-day India visit is taking place in the 70th year of the diplomatic relations between both the countries.

PM Modi, Argentina President hold bilateral talks at Hyderabad House

Argentina’s President Mauricio Macri and his wife and First Lady Juliana Awada arrived India Sunday on a three-day visit during which he will hold talks with Prime Minister Narendra Modi on various sectors such as economy, space and nuclear technology. (Express photo: Amit Mehra)

PM Modi, Argentina President hold bilateral talks at Hyderabad House
President Macri also met President Ram Nath Kovind who will host a banquet in his honour and then hold talks with the prime minister on Monday. (Express photo: Amit Mehra)

PM Modi, Argentina President hold bilateral talks at Hyderabad House
Macri’s visit to India comes after PM Modi going to Argentina in late 2018 for the G20 summit, during which the leaders had a “very productive” bilateral meeting. (Express photo: Amit Mehra)

PM Modi, Argentina President hold bilateral talks at Hyderabad House
Macri will travel to Mumbai on Tuesday. In his three-day trip, he is likely to visit Agra too. (Express photo: Amit Mehra)

PM Modi, Argentina President hold bilateral talks at Hyderabad House
Macri’s three-day India visit is taking place in the 70th year of the diplomatic relationship between both the countries. (Express photo: Renuka Puri)

PM Modi, Argentina President hold bilateral talks at Hyderabad House

 

 

 

 

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10% reservation for General Category : Are you eligible for 10% reservation in General category? Here are the criteria

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The Union Cabinet has approved 10 per cent reservation in jobs and educational institutions for the economically backward section in the general category, sources said Monday.

The Union Cabinet has approved 10 per cent reservation in jobs and educational institutions for the economically backward section in the general category, sources said Monday.
The government is likely to bring a constitutional amendment bill in Parliament on Tuesday, they said, adding that the quota will be over and above the existing 50 per cent reservation.

The section doesn’t get reservation as of now, the sources said.

“The reservation will be given to those economically backward poor people who are not availing the benefit of reservation as of now,” a source explained.

The reservation benefit is likely to be availed by those whose annual income is below Rs 8 lakh and have up to five acres of land, he said.

 

1. What are the criteria for qualify as EBC?

What are the criteria for qualify as EBC?

1) Annual income below Rs 8 lakh per annum

2) Agricultural land below 5 acre

3) Residential area below 1000 square feet

4) Residential plot below 109 yards in notified municipality

5) Residential plot below 209 yards in non-notified municipality area

 

2. What it means?

What it means?

In a major move ahead of the Lok Sabha polls, the Union Cabinet Monday cleared a 10 per cent job and education quota for “economically weaker” sections, meeting a key demand of upper castes, a staunch BJP support base which has shown signs of a drift from the party.

A top government functionary said a constitutional amendment bill will be tabled in Parliament Tuesday, the last day of the Winter Session.

 

3. Will go above 50%Will go above 50%

The proposed reservation will be over and above the existing 50 per cent reservation enjoyed by the Scheduled Castes, Scheduled Tribes and the Other Backward Classes, taking the total reservation to 60 per cent.

The constitutional amendment bill would be required as the constitution does not provide for reservation on the ground of economic conditions. It envisages amendment to the Articles 5 and 6.

 

4. Will give reservation to the poor

Will give reservation to the poor

A Union minister said the bill once passed will amend the Constitution accordingly to give reservation to the poor among the general castes and classes.

“The bill will provide a shelter for upper castes under the rubric of fundamental rights. The court’s rule of the maximum 50 per cent quota cannot fetter Parliament’s right to amend the Constitution,” he said.

 

5. SC cap?

SC cap?

In its famous Indra Sawhney judgement, the Supreme Court had set a cap of 50 per cent cap on quotas. Government sources said the proposed constitutional amendment will pave the way for the additional quota.

“The reservation will be given to those economically weaker people who presently do not avail any benefits of reservation,” a source said.

 

6. Castes likely to benefitCastes likely to benefit

Among the major castes to benefit from the proposed law are Brahmins, Rajputs (Thakurs), Jats, Marathas, Bhumihars, several trading castes, Kapus and Kammas among other Upper Castes.

The poor among the other religions will also benefit from it, sources added. The Congress described the government’s decision as an “election gimmick” to fool the people and a proof of BJP’s “fear” of losing Lok Sabha polls.

 

7. Sabka Saath Sabka Vikas

Sabka Saath Sabka Vikas

The BJP hailed the move with several leaders describing it as historic and exercise in sync with government’s motto of “Sabka Saath Sabka Vikas” (with all, development for all).

BJP ally and Dalit leader Ram Vilas Paswan also termed the decision by the government as “historic”.

 

8. Opp parties must support

Opp parties must support

The BJP believes that if opposition parties, whose support is a must for its passage in the Rajya Sabha where the government lacks numbers, vote against it, then they will risk losing support of an influential section of society.

Influential castes like Marathas, Kapus and Jats have hit the streets in the last few years, seeking reservation benefits. Their protests at times have turned violent.

 

9. What about states?What about states?

Though governments in states like Haryana, Rajasthan and Maharashtra have made laws, they are often struck down by the court on the ground of a Supreme Court judgement in the Indra Sawhney case had fixed a ceiling of 50 per cent on reservation.

The apex court has also asserted that the Constitution makes no case for quota on economic ground and only talks of educational and social backwardness besides those for the SCs and STs.

He added that the demand for providing quota to the poor from the general castes was made in the constituent assembly too.

“For the first time, we (govt) are now going to give constitutional recognition to the poor from the upper castes,” he said.

 

10. Criteria

Criteria

The bill is likely to introduces criteria like an annual income below Rs 8 lakh and not owning more than five acres of agricultural land for those seeking quota benefits.

They should also not own a flat of 1000 sq ft or more, land of 100 yards in notified municipality area and 200 yards in non-notified area, sources said.

The ruling BJP hopes that the bill will help consolidate the general castes in its support as it begins campaign for the Lok Sabha elections scheduled in April-May.

 

11. Wooing UC?

Wooing UC?

Political watchers believe that sections of upper castes had drifted from the party of late following its aggressive push to win over backward classes and Dalits.

The Modi government’s decision to bring a law to nullify a Supreme Court order, which critics said had diluted provisions in a law on atrocities against Dalits and tribes, was also used by some upper castes groups to campaign against the BJP in recent state polls.

The BJP had lost to the Congress in three states, Madhya Pradesh, Rajasthan and Chhattisgarh, where it was in power.

 

 

 

 

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Madhya Pradesh Assembly election results will tell us more about 2019 than all other four states, here’s why

Madhya Pradesh has emerged as the most coveted prize to bag among the three north Indian states due to elect their new Assemblies this year. This is because Madhya Pradesh mirrors the big Indian story of agrarian distress, economic disruptions caused by demonetisation and the Goods and Services Tax, and social conflict. Should the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) still win the state for the fourth time in a row, the Congress will seem a ship doomed to sink in the whirlpool of the 2019 Lok Sabha elections. Conversely, a Congress victory will have the party set sail its flotilla for capturing power in Delhi.

Among the three north Indian states, Chhattisgarh’s national significance is limited as it sends only 11 MPs to the Lok Sabha. By contrast, Madhya Pradesh has 29 Lok Sabha seats, just three more than Rajasthan’s 26. Yet Rajasthan has been relegated in importance because a Congress triumph here will be par for the course. Ever since the BJP formed the government in Rajasthan in 1993, the power there has alternated between it and the Congress every five years. A Congress victory, therefore, cannot be taken as a reflection of the political mood in north India.

By contrast, the BJP won 165 out 230 Assembly seats in Madhya Pradesh in 2013, 143 in 2008, and 173 in 2003. More significantly, it polled 44.87 percent of votes in 2013, 37.64 percent in 2008, and 42.50 percent in 2003. In fact, in the 2014 Lok Sabha elections, the BJP’s vote share ballooned to a stunning 54.03 percent, a rarity in India.

“In the aftermath of the fall of the Congress nationally, there are not many states where the dominance of one single party has been shaping so clearly. In Madhya Pradesh, the Congress is not only kept out of power, but the BJP has also established its domination beyond electoral politics,” wrote Yatindra Singh Sisodia in Electoral Politics in Madhya Pradesh: Explaining the BJP consolidation, a paper he authored in 2014.

Based on the post-poll survey he conducted for the Centre for the Study of Developing Societies, Delhi, Sisodia, quite significantly, added, “It (BJP) has also been able to spread its support base across social sections… While the leadership (Prime Minister Narendra Modi and Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan) factor that contributed to the electoral success may have limitations in the long run, the fact that the BJP has wider social base and that it is seen as a party that may perform better than its rivals, will surely remain more dependable factors in this consolidation.”Shivraj Singh Chouhan and Narendra Modi. AFP file image

Not only has the Congress been kept out of power in Madhya Pradesh for 15 years, it lags far behind the BJP. For instance, it polled 36.38 percent of votes in the 2013 Assembly elections, nearly nine percent less than the BJP. Yet the hopes of the Congress have risen because of the social and economic tumult in the state, making it believe that the moment is propitious to overcome the massive lead the BJP has over it. Only a Congress win or photo finish in Madhya Pradesh will provide proof whether anti-incumbency, of even indeterminate magnitude, has set in against Modi and the BJP.

Yet the task of beating the BJP in Madhya Pradesh is formidable. For instance, agrarian distress in the state has been grabbing headlines, mostly notably when five farmers died in police firing last year. Traditionally, the BJP is considered an urban-centric party. Yet, in 2013, out of 194 constituencies in the state where urban population is less than 50 percent, the BJP won as many as 132, against the 55 that the Congress won. These comparative figures show the BJP has roots deep enough in rural Madhya Pradesh to limit the outfall of the discontent among farmers.

The challenge before the Congress to eat into the BJP’s rural base can also be perceived from the perspective of caste. The largest segment of agriculturists in the state belongs to the Other Backward Classes (OBCs), which account for around 42 percent of the electorate. Chouhan is a Dhakad, an OBC community engaged in agriculture and constituting about 3 to 4 percent of the state’s electorate.

The BJP’s OBC base is formidable – 67 percent of Yadavs voted for it in 2013 as against 25 percent of them for the Congress. The chasm between the two parties was less when it came to the support of non-Yadav OBCs – 45 percent of them voted for the BJP and 35 percent for the Congress. Given that the Dhakads are not numerically preponderant, it can be argued that Chouhan’s OBC identity will not stem the BJP’s slide because of agrarian distress.

However, Chouhan has refrained from harping on his OBC identity, choosing instead to project himself as the “son of a farmer.” He has repeatedly projected the Congress as the party of “raja (Digvijay Singh), maharaja (Jyotiradita Scindia) and udyogpati (industrialist).” In this context, it will be interesting to see whether agrarian distress will drive farmers to desert one of their own fighting to save his chief ministerial chair.

Should the BJP’s support among OBC farmers crack in a state that is its stronghold, it will be to the benefit of Opposition parties anchored among middle castes. In north India, the gains will not accrue to the Congress, whose upper caste leadership structure has always shied away from courting the OBCs on the basis of their caste identity.

As such, in Madhya Pradesh, both the upper castes and OBCs have been railing against the BJP for reversing the Supreme Court judgment that was seen to have diluted the Scheduled Castes and Scheduled Tribes (Prevention of Atrocities) Act.

In 2013, the BJP won 28 out of 35 seats reserved for SCs and 31 out of 47 seats reserved for STs. The anger among the upper castes and OBCs could, quite surprisingly, adversely impact the BJP in the SC reserved seats. This is because in 30 out of 35 such seats, the OBCs and the upper castes together account for as much as 60-65 percent of votes. Should they decide to not support the BJP, its 2013 tally of 28 seats would likely dip.

Comprising less than 16 percent of the electorate, the upper castes have been die-hard supporters of the BJP in Madhya Pradesh – 57 percent of Brahmins, 60 percent of Rajputs and 43 percent of other upper castes voted for the BJP in 2013. In comparison, only 22 percent of Brahmins, 25 percent of Rajputs and 25 percent of other upper castes did for the Congress.

Is the disaffection of the upper castes against the BJP strong enough to propel them in decisive numbers to the Congress? The answer to this question will determine whether the Congress will continue to play the soft Hindu card, such as indulging in its own brand of politics over the cow and projecting its leader Rahul Gandhi as the janeu-dhari Brahmin. Madhya Pradesh could very well have the Congress redefining its self – and becoming a pole to which the upper castes, particularly Brahmins, could decide to flock.

In hindsight, one reason why the Congress did not stitch an alliance with the Bahujan Samaj Party (BSP) was perhaps because it feared such a decision would alienate the upper castes and OBCs-farmers. In 2013, 36 percent of SCs voted for the BJP in 2013, 33 percent for the Congress and 22 percent for the BSP. What the Congress could have gained from aligning with the BSP, it hopes to more than make up with the votes of the upper castes and farmers.

Yet it might become a problem for the Congress if the BSP’s vote-share among Dalits increases exponentially and the upper castes and OBCs don’t desert the BJP in significant numbers. In 2013, out of 57 constituencies having SC population of 20 percent and above, the Congress won just eight seats and the BJP a whopping 46. Then again, out of 80 seats in which STs constituted 20 percent or more of the population, the BJP won 49 seats and the Congress 29.

Much has been written on Madhya Pradesh’s economic woes arising from demonetisation and the Goods and Services Tax. In 2013, the BJP polled 42 percent of votes of the upper income group, 46 percent of the middle income group, 45 percent of the lower income group, and 44 percent of the poor. By contrast, the Congress polled 27 of votes of the upper income group, 34 percent of the middle income group, 38 percent of the lower income group, and 44 percent of the poor.

In other words, the BJP was voted by as many poor as was the Congress, traditionally the principal recipient of their votes. Let alone the poor, in case the BJP loses substantial ground among the middle and lower income groups, the Congress would cite this as proof of the backlash against the Modi government’s economic policies. It could arm the Congress to mount an attack on the BJP before the 2019 Lok Sabha elections.

Creating credible narratives in electoral politics is undoubtedly important. But Madhya Pradesh’s significance goes far beyond that – it will tell us whether the BJP has the skills to resolve the animosities its own social policies have triggered among its large support base; and whether it can pacify those who have been cut by its economic policies. On the other hand, the fall of the BJP’s impregnable fortress of Madhya Pradesh will recast Congress’ personality into a mould that will have an upper caste polish to it, apart from encouraging its leaders into believing that anti-incumbency has started to work against the BJP and that they have hit upon the right strategy to take advantage of it.

 

 

 

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Rajasthan Poll Campaign LIVE: Modi accuses Sonia Gandhi-led Congress of laundering Rs. 90,000 cr from national treasury

“The BJP government under Vasundhara Raje in Rajasthan has replaced wooden ‘chulhas‘ with gas connections and at a subsidised cost. People now have been ridden of the fatal smoke that the women and children were exposed to in a household that could only afford a wooden chulha. The BJP government has given gas connections to 12 crore households in the four years that it came to power,” said Prime Minister Narendra Modi, while addressing a rally in Kota, Rajasthan

“55 crore people have been given health services through the Ayushman Bharat Yojana. In the two months after its launch, 3 lakh people have gotten surgeries and organ transplants done. Imagine the scale it will soar to in due course of time. The government will bear the expense of Rs. 5 lakh crore for this scheme”, said Prime Minister Narendra Modi, while addressing a rally in Kota, Rajasthan

“In four years the Congress gave broadband connection to 59 villages. Modi gave broadband connection to 1 lakh villages in the same time”,said Prime Minister Narendra Modi, while addressing a rally in Kota, Rajasthan

 

  • “Those who laundered that Rs. 90,000 crore were investigated by Modi. And, that is why the Congress is attacking me. But you can stop this by one vote. You need to choose,” said Prime Minister Narendra Modi, while addressing a rally in Kota, Rajasthan

    “One vote can stop the stealing of 90,000 crore from the tax payer’s money. You made be the Prime Minister. Modi investigated into bogus [deals of the Congress] when someone[Sonia Gandhi] was remote-controlling the government. Subsidies of food, gas and health facilities were given to fake identities at the expense of the national treasury which is the taxpayer’s money” ,said Prime Minister Narendra Modi, while addressing a rally in Kota, Rajasthan

    Congress has made a similar poll promise in Madhya Pradesh. A number of farmers in Madhya Pradesh have stopped repaying loans after Gandhi made the promise to waive loans up to Rs 2 lakh if the Congress government comes to power.

    Gandhi has reaffirmed that Congress will waive farmer loans within 10 days of coming to power.

    Speaking in Jalore, Rahul Gandhi has attacked the prime minister over the issues of corruption, demonetisation and the Rafale deal.

    Congress President Rahul Gandhi is addressing a rally in Jalore.

    Prime Minister Narendra Modi has concluded his address in Banswara. He is expected to address another rally in Kota later toda

    1.25 crore houses were built, keys were distributed, people celebrated Diwali too. Seven lakh homes in Rajasthan, one lakh in Banswara. Your vote will bring BJP to power and poor will be benefit: PM Modi

    Congress talks about farmers… But, naamdar does not know if Chana (chickpeas) grow on a tree or a plant. They do not know the difference between Moong (mung bean) and Chana and they talk about farmers’ welfare: PM Modi

    By 2022, every family will have a house. Not only walls, but water, electricity and gas connections as well: PM Modi

    Rahul Gandhi has concluded his address in Pokhran. He is exected to address rallies in Jalore and Jodhpur next.

    Tribal communities have existed for thousands of years. Did they not make sacrifices during the freedom struggle? Did they not contribute in the nation’s development? You know this, I know this, history knows this but Congress does not know this: PM Modi

    Meanwhile, Rahul Gandhi has hit out at PM Modi and the BJP over issues corruption and black money.

    Congress never thought about welfare of the tribal communities. It was only under Atal Bihari Vajpayee ji’s leadership that a dedicated Ministry of Tribal Affairs was created: PM Modi

    Meanwhile, Prime Minister Narendra Modi is addressing a rally in Beneshwar Dham, Banswara.

     

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Assembly Polls 2018 Live Updates: UP chief minister Yogi Adiyanath addresses rally in Makrana, Rajasthan

Congress has done divisive politics. As a result of that, terrorism was at its peak in the country. Today you can see that the terrorists which were fed Biryani by Congress are now being fed bullets by us: UP CM Yogi Adityanath in Makrana, Rajasthan

 

Four generations of Congress family ruled the country for 55 years but electricity, water, roads, toilets never reached villages says PM

Every Indian will have a house by 2022 when country celebrates 75th Independence Day: PM

The BJP believes in ‘sabka saath, sabka vikas’ but the Congress cannot see beyond one family, says Prime Minister Narendra Modi

The Congress party does not know what is NCC or a manifesto. I have been to Kailash Mansarovar, they have no idea what it is: PM in Banswara, Rajasthan

During the Congress rule there were only four factories producing mobile phones, today there are 125 of them. We don’t just promise but fulfill our promises: PM Narendra Modi

Congress never remembered tribals tills AB Vajpayee became prime minister: PM Modi

Tribal community used to demand for a separate ministry, minister&budget. They used to demand for development policies. But Congress wasn’t concerned about them. It was only after Vajpayee Ji became PM, that a dedicated ministry of tribal affairs was created.

Tribal community has existed since thousands of years. Did they not make sacrifices during the freedom struggle? Did they not contribute in the development of the nation? You know this, I know this, history knows this but Congress doesn’t know this: PM Modi

Before our arrival in 2014, toilet facility in the village was not even 40 percent and in 4 years Modi made it 40 per cent to 95 per cent. This is called work, 40 per cent in 65 years and 95 per cent in 4 years: PM Modi in Banswara

Congress promotes casteism. They ask what is Modi’s caste! When the Prime Minister of the country goes abroad, people can only see one caste- 125 crore Indians: PM

Remember the days when there were bomb blasts every other day in the country. We fought such a war against terrorism that the terrorists are afraid to look out of Kashmir: PM

 

Did you ever hear that I took a holiday? Did you ever hear I went somewhere for leisure or was missing for a week? I give an account of each and every decision I take and the work that I do: PM

 

10 years ago on November 26, people across the world were shook by an act of terrorism that took place in our country and the Congress party was playing a game to win elections. The same Congress used to teach devotional lessons at that time, the same Congress later questioned the surgical strike: PM

 

Today is 26th November, 10th year anniversary of Mumbai terror attacks when Madam’s rule was running in Delhi, it ran with remote control, when there was a Congress government in Maharashtra. Terrorists attacked Mumbai, people of our country: PM

India will never forget 26/11 attack, and neither forget the perpetrators. Justice will surely be done, I want to assure the country: PM Narendra Modi in Bhilwara

Prime Minister Narendra Modi addresses rally in Bhilwara, Rajasthan

 

 

 

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Congress cannot fight me, that is why abusing my mother: PM Modi

Hitting out at the Congress, Modi today said that the people of Madhya Pradesh will give a befitting reply to the party for abusing his mother in the coming assembly elections.

 

HIGHLIGHTS

  • Raj Babbar had compared devalued rate of rupee to PM’s nonagenarian mother
  • Congress has disrespected my mother, Modi said
  • He also accused Congress of indulging in caste politics

Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Saturday lambasted the Congress for making a personal attack on him. Referring to Congress leader Raj Babbar’s recent remark, Modi said the Congress is rattled by the good work of the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP).

“For the past 18 years, I have been defeating the Congress at every single opportunity, and today it has fallen to the level that it has dragged my mother in elections. Congress cannot fight Modi, that is why it is now abusing my mother,” said Modi while addressing a rally in Madhya Pradesh’s Chhatarpur.

Congress leader Raj Babbar had recently compared the devalued rate of the Indian rupee to the PM’s nonagenarian mother, who is around 97 years old. “He [Modi] used to say that the rupee has fallen so much against the dollar that it was nearing the age of the then prime minister [Manmohan Singh]. Today, the rupee’s value has dropped so low, that it is inching closer to your [Modi’s] beloved mother’s age,” Babbar had said on Thursday at a rally in Indore.

Hitting out at the Congress, Modi today said that the people of Madhya Pradesh will give a befitting reply to the party for abusing his mother in the coming assembly elections.

He also said that corruption is the culture of the Congress. “Those who are out on bail in corruption cases are now unnerved. Coffers of banks were emptied for rich during madam’s [Sonia Gandhi] government, but we opened banks’ doors for needy youth,” he said.
Accusing the Congress of indulging in caste politics, Modi said, “People had voted Congress out of power in Madhya Pradesh 15 years ago because of its divisive politics.”

Earlier, Congress president on Friday had targeted Modi alleging that he created a cobweb just like the Bollywood villain Mogambo to “loot” the armed forces and that the Rafale scam is one of his many adventures which will be exposed soon.

In a tweet in Hindi, Rahul said PM Modi has created a “cobweb”, just like Bollywood villain Mogambo, to “loot” India’s armed forces. He alleged the Rafale scam was “one of his many adventures” that will be exposed soon.

The 230 member-Madhya Pradesh assembly will go to polls on November 28. It will be only clear on December 11 as to who the people of the state have blessed with their votes after the EVM’s are opened for counting on this day.

 

 

 

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