MODI MUST TELL OPPN TO STOP BEING PAK PUPPETS
Prime Minister Narendra Modi challenged the Opposition Partys to declare in their Manifesto that they will Reimpose Article 370 & 35 A If they win the Elections.
Prime Minister Narendra Modi told the Opposition Partys to Stop shedding Crockodile Tears.
Prime Minister Narendra Modi asked the Opposition Politicians to Stop behaving as Agents of the Islamic Terrorists Exporting Pakistan.
Prime Minister Narendra Modi is reflecting the Feelings of all the Patriotic Indians that the Opposition Politicians must Stop voicing as the PUPPETS of the Islamic Terrorists Exporting Pakistan.
MODI CHALLENGES CONG TO PROMISE TO REIMPOSE 370
Prime Minister Narendra Modi Challenged the INC to declare in its Maharashtra and Haryana Assembly Elections Manifesto, that the INC will Reimpose Article 370 on Jammu, Ladakh and Kashmir.
Prime Minister Narendra Modi asked all the Patriotic Indians to Defeat all those Politicians and Partys who are espousing Anti-Bharat Agenda to Voice the Anti-India Conspiracy of the Islamic Terrorism exporting neighbouring Country which is ruled by the Army.
JANGAON 5 LAKHS CROWD CHEERED PM MODI
Prime Minister Narendra Modi addressed on 13 October 2019 the Five Lakhs Cheering Crowd at JALGAON in Maharashtra, while campaigning for the BJP and the Shiv Sena Pivoted Mahayuti Alliance for the 21 October 2019 Assembly Elections.
MODI WAVE IN MAHARASHTRA 21 OCT 2019 POLLS
The Frenzied Crowd Response for the Prime Minister Narendra Modi at JALGAON indicated that, there is the PM Modi Breeze blowing across all the 288 MLA Seats in the 21 October 2019 Assembly Elections in Maharashtra.
MODI WILL REDUCE INC & NCP TO SINGLE DIGIT
Prime Minister Narendra Modi will Reduce the Family Partys INC and the NCP to the Single Digit Tally in the 282 MLAs Assembly in the 21 October 2019 Maharashtra Assembly Elections.
MODI WILL WIN FOR BJP-SS ALIGN 262 OF 288 SEATS
Prime Minister Narendra Modi will win for the BJP+Shiv Sena+ Small Partys Alliance about 262 of the 288 Seats, in the 21 October 2019 Maharashtra Assembly Elections.
MODI SAYS KASHMIR WILL BE NORMAL IN 4 MONTHS
Prime Minister Narendra Modi highlighting the salience of the scrapping of Article 370 of the Constitution yet again, dared the Opposition parties on Sunday 13 October 2019 to bring back the provision that granted a special status to Jammu and Kashmir.
The Prime Minister Narendra Modi Led BJP has already made it clear it would make the abrogation of Article 370 its main electoral plank in the Maharashtra Assembly poll campaign.
Prime Minister Narendra Modi addressing his first rally during the campaign for the Vidhan Sabha polls, in Jalgaon said that Jammu and Kashmir was “not just a parcel of land, but the crown of India.”
Prime Minister Narendra Modi said at Jalgaon on 13 October 2019 that, it would not take more than four months to normalise the kind of situation that prevailed in Kashmir for the last 40 years.
Prime Minister Narendra Modi said that the Opposition parties were “politicising the unprecedented decision of scrapping of Article 370.”
Prime Minister Narendra Modi accused the Opposition Partys of “speaking on the same lines as the neighbouring country” on the issue.
MODI TELLS OPPN TO STOP SHEDDING CROCKODILE TEARS
Prime Minister Narendra Modi accused the Opposition Politicians of shedding crocodile tears on the issue of Article 370.
Prime Minister Narendra Modi said that: “I challenge them, if they have the guts, to declare in their manifesto for the state elections and future polls too, that they will bring back Articles 370 and 35A, which the Modi Government, scrapped... that they will change the 5 August 2019 Parliament Decision. Stop shedding these crocodile tears on the issue.”
Prime Minister Narendra Modi challenged the Opposition Partys to declare in their Manifesto that they will Reimpose Article 370 & 35 A If they win the Elections and told the Opposition Partys to Stop shedding Crockodile Tears and asked the Opposition Politicians to Stop behaving as Agents of the Islamic Terrorists Exporting Pakistan.