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PM Modi's challenge on Article 370, what Rahul Gandhi said

PM Modi's challenge on Article 370, what Rahul Gandhi said

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In the Maharashtra election campaign, on Sunday, Prime Minister Modi targeted the opposition for a clear stand on Jammu and Kashmir, on the other hand, Rahul Gandhi of the Congress targeted PM Modi on unemployment, GST and the decaying economy.

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At an election meeting in Jalgaon, Maharashtra, Prime Minister Narendra Modi challenged the opponents to come up with a clear stand on Articles 370 and 35-A.

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The Prime Minister said that if there is courage among the opponents who talk nonsense about Jammu and Kashmir and Ladakh, then they should declare in their election manifesto for this election and also for the upcoming election that Article 370 of the BJP, Modi Government Removed 35A, he will bring it back.


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The Prime Minister said, "I challenge the opponents that if you have the courage, then you should come up with a clear stand in this election. People who talk nonsense about Jammu and Kashmir and Ladakh, if you have the courage then Announce in your election manifesto for the elections as well as for the upcoming elections that we will bring back the Article 370, 35A which the Modi government has removed. "
On August 5, the special status of Jammu and Kashmir was withdrawn and Articles 370 and 35A were lifted. Also, the state was divided into two parts, the internet and mobile facilities were cut. Apart from this, a large number of troops were deployed there and leaders of political parties including the separatists were also detained.
On the other hand, Rahul Gandhi while addressing an election public meeting in Latur, Maharashtra said that sending rockets to the moon will not feed the stomach of Hindustan youth. Former Congress president Rahul Gandhi said that "the time comes for elections but there will be no talk on unemployment, the youth is watching, saying that there is no future for me. Nothing is left."
Hitting out at the government, he said, "On the other side, son, look at the moon. Hindustan has sent a rocket. That's good. ISRO was built by Congress. The rocket is not gone in two days. It has taken years. Narendra Modi Taking advantage of this. But sending rockets to the moon will not feed the stomach of the youth of India. "


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Assembly elections are being held in Maharashtra along with Haryana. Assembly elections will be held on October 21 in both states, while counting of votes will be done on October 24.

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