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Why is Sharad Pawar silent on talks of 2 PMs in India, asks PM Modi

Ahmednagar | Prime Minister Narendra Modi today raised the issue of the demand of a separate Prime Minister in Jammu and Kashmir and asked why is NCP chief Sharad Pawar silent on this issue.

Addressing a rally in Maharashtra’s Ahmednagar, PM Modi alleged that Congress and NCP are standing with such people who are saying that Jammu Kashmir will be separated from India and demanding a separate Prime Minister in Jammu and Kashmir. “I do not have any expectations from the Congress because these people were raised by the Congress party. But why is Sharad Rao silent,” asked PM Modi.

Speaking on his governance in the last 5 years, PM Modi said,” In the past five years, the world is watching a strong decision-making government running from the public sector in India.” Criticizing the UPA government, Modi said,” Prior to us, there were reports of scandals every day in the days of the remote government for 10 years. Today the world is seeing India as a superpower.”

Attacking the Congress-NCP alliance in Maharashtra, Modi said,” Today, on one side, there are hollow promises of the Mahipalavata of NCP and Congress and on the other hand there is NDA with strong intentions. In the previous Congress-NCP government, there were bomb blasts in Mumbai, Pune, sometimes in trains and buses. But these bomb blasts have ceased in the last five years.”

He further added that now it’s upto the people whether they want to elect an honest ‘Chowkidar’ or a Corrupt ‘Naamdar’.

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