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Time to unmask those who politicize religion: Modi

Arshad Khan

Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi

Lok Sabha elections are going on in India. Four rounds of polling have already been completed. In the meantime, Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi has come out against the politics of religion. He said, time has come to unmask those who do politics on religion.

He also claimed that BJP does not do politics on the basis of religion. He alleged that politics of division has been practiced in the country for 75 years. Modi said these things in an exclusive interview given to an Indian television channel.

According to the media, Prime Minister Narendra Modi compared the Congress camp in a private interview during the Lok Sabha election campaign. He criticized the Congress for its politics based on religion and politics of appeasement.

Prime Minister Modi went to Maharashtra on Wednesday to campaign for the Lok Sabha polls. In an interview in the midst of a busy campaign program, Modi said, “This is the best time to tell the countrymen how the country has been divided on the basis of religion.” Then for 75 years, politics of division has been done in the country.

Prime Minister Modi has used the politics of ‘appeasement’ against the Congress many times before.

Criticizing the Congress in the interview given on Wednesday, he said, “Vote bank politics and appeasement politics have been done in the name of secularism.” It is clear now. That’s why they are afraid. BJP does not do politics on the basis of religion. That is not the way of BJP. We believe in the Constitution. But now the time has come to unmask those who do politics on the basis of religion.

The prime minister of India claimed that the real issue of this election is that people are satisfied with the work of the BJP in the last ten years. He said, ‘Amjanta’s agenda has passed 400 times, people want Modi government once more.’

A third term in power at the Center will make India the third largest economy in the world, Modi has also said. At the same time, he also told about the idea of ​​making the country a developed India by 2047.

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