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PM Modi lashes out at opposition party; calls it a photocopy of Congress

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Prime Minister Narendra Modi called the AAP a “photocopy” of the Congress party on Wednesday, suggesting that the two parties are feigning a fight in the Punjab Assembly elections.

He claimed the two parties are identical in that they both oppose the Ram temple in Ayodhya and speak the “language of Pakistan” when Indian soldiers demonstrate their valor.

Modi said the Congress committed a “sin” by failing to preserve Kartarpur Sahib, the ultimate resting place of Sikhism founder Guru Nanak Dev, within India’s territory at the time of Partition, while speaking at a rally here ahead of the February 20 elections.

He urged voters in Punjab to elect the BJP-led coalition to power for the state’s overall development.

“See the similarities between these two parties, when the Ram temple was coming up in Ayodhya, both of them opposed it. When India’s bravehearts show their valor, the leaders of these parties speak the language of Pakistan,” he added.

The one-party drove the kids into the drug trade, while the second is working to make Delhi’s youth addicted to liquor. He claimed that one robbed Punjab and the other is conducting frauds one after another in Delhi.

The BJP has accused the AAP-led Delhi government of “drowning” the city’s youth in liquor, claiming that additional liquor vending machines have been erected. The AAP, on the other hand, claims that under the new excise policy, liquor vends have merely been evenly distributed and that their number has not increased.

The Congress is now a “partner in crime,” according to Narendra Modi. He also noted that when the AAP came short of a majority in the first Delhi Assembly elections, the Congress lent its support to the party.

Modi claims that if the administration of the time had the courage, it might have promised Pakistan (during the 1971 war) that its 90,000 prisoners of war would be released only if India captured Kartarpur.

When the Kartarpur Sahib Corridor was created, the prime minister remarked it was the good fortune of the NDA government that thousands of devotees who had previously been able to catch a glimpse of the Kartarpur Sahib gurdwara across the border were able to realize their wishes.

He also chastised Congress over the anti-Sikh riots of 1984. “We punish the rioters, but they reward them with high-ranking posts in their party,” he stated.

Prime Minister Narendra Modi stated that Congress had raised doubts over the army’s capabilities during the Pulwama attack, so voters must decide if they “trust the security of a border state like Punjab in such people’s hands.” He added, “Wherever BJP develops a firm foot in a state, people running the governments through remote-control from Delhi get washed out from that state.” The PM urged voters in Punjab to allow him and the BJP party to serve the state, saying that BJP has ensured peace and development in the state at the cost of the party.

“Railways is also running two special trains. As the Varanasi MP, it is my responsibility to see that when you are my guest, you get all facilities,” he said.

Modi promised supporters that if the BJP-led coalition wins power in Punjab then farming, trade, and industry will surely prosper. “Give me five years to serve you. I assure you farming, trade, the industry will be made profitable,” he said.

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