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Amit Shah criticizes Congress chief Kharge for comments on Article 370

Home Minister Amit Shah criticized Congress President Mallikarjun Kharge over his remarks on the abrogation of Article 370 during a rally in Moradabad. Shah emphasized the unity of Kashmir with India under PM Modi’s leadership and stated that BJP will win all seats in Uttar Pradesh in the upcoming elections.

Shah highlighted the improved law and order situation in Uttar Pradesh under CM Yogi Adityanath’s rule, stating that mafia and gangsters are now on the run. He also mentioned infrastructure development projects like airports, expressways, and electricity provision, along with social welfare initiatives such as free healthcare for the poor and toilet construction.

The Home Minister asserted that PM Modi’s government has provided houses to millions of people and gas cylinders to 14 crore individuals. Shah praised the progress made in Uttar Pradesh under BJP rule, emphasizing the end of mafia dominance and the establishment of the rule of law in the state.

Shah’s speech at the rally included references to the migration of Hindus from UP in the past, contrasting it with the current scenario where criminals are fleeing. He credited Yogi Adityanath for the positive changes in the state and reiterated the BJP’s commitment to further development and progress in Uttar Pradesh.


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