Today in Alwar, Rajasthan PM Modi during his rally said that Congress is the snag and it is creating an obstacle in the construction of Lord Ram Temple in Ayodhya. He said that Congress is forcing supreme court to withdraw its decision of building Ram Mandir due to coming 2019 Lok Sabha elections. He added that opposition is dragging judiciary into politics. Judiciary has nothing to do with politics. it’s Congress who is dragging judiciary into politics. After the indulgence of Shivsena and Vishva Hindu Parishad (VSP) the construction of the Ram Mandir issue has reached to its extreme. As VSPians are demanding the construction of grand Ram Mandir. Whereas Shivsena chief Uddhav Thakre recently visited Ayodhya and said that BJP should build Lord Ram Temple as soon as possible. he added that BJP is itself the ruling party in the centre and as well as State (UP). He questioned the Government that what else is stopping you from building the Grand Lord Ram Temple in Ayodhya.
PM Modi during his speech said that Rajasthan is the land of Meera, Baba Saheb Ambedkar and six crores eighty lakhs brave and courageous people. On coming 7th December there will be voting on 200 seats of Rajasthan for Chief Minister chair. Results will be declared on 11th of December. PM Modi added that Alwar is the land known for breaking the ego and narcissism and in this election people of Rajasthan will break the ego of Namdar’s (Congress) because in this election people of Rajasthan are going to vote for development, not for sycophancy.
PM Modi further said that nowadays congress is focussing on my caste. He said when I go abroad no country in this world focuses on my caste. They notice only one thing i.e. INDIA on my passport and they allow me to enter their country. Congress in this election has no serious issues to attract public attention towards them. so they are trying to break people community wise.
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The bond between Vidisha and BJP is very strong. Addressing a rally here. https://t.co/nyuuOOHoyf
— Narendra Modi (@narendramodi) November 25, 2018