Home Minister Amit Shah slamming Rahul Gandhi said that Congressmen should be ashamed that their statements are being used against India.
New Delhi| The national president of the Bharatiya Janata Party and the home minister Amit Shah has once again attacked the Congress party. On Sunday, Amit Shah said that Rahul Gandhi’s statement on Article 370 is praised in the Parliament of Pakistan. He said that Rahul’s statement is also included in Pakistan’s petition to the UN. “The Congressmen should be ashamed of this,” he said.
Amit Shah said that Congress opposed the removal of Article 370. “Even today, the statement Rahul Gandhi gives is praised in Pakistan. Pakistan includes his statement in his petition. Congressmen should be ashamed that their statements are being used against India,” Shah said. Amit Shah said that with the withdrawal of Article 370, the avenues of development are open in Jammu and Kashmir, the last nail in the coffin of terrorism has been laid, the work of integrating Jammu and Kashmir with India has been done, everybody is with the government on this decision But some people are also opposing it.
Modi government has taken a historic decision
Amit Shah said that Articles 370 and 35A were a hindrance in the integration of the country. Amit Shah said, “You again elected Modi as the Prime Minister and he abolished Article 370 in the very first session of Parliament. No one else could do this work except Modi. In 2014, when Modi became Prime Minister, he had decided to give toilets, electricity and Ayushman Bharat Yojana card to every person in every house. The resolve to give clean water to every house was missed, the Ministry of Jal Shakti will work to complete it.”
Shah further said that PM Modi has started the Ministry of Jal Shakti this time. This ministry will also store water, expand the capacity of dams, provide water in homes, villages, fields. He said that farmers will get more yield in less water and the govt will also expand such technology.
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