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Lok Sabha Elections 2024: PM Narendra Modi said, "Earlier, when it was their (Congress) government, they said the first right on country's property will be given to Muslims."

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Lok Sabha Elections 2024: Prime Minister Narendra Modi has once again levied accusations against the Congress party, alleging that it overlooked the welfare of tribal communities during its six-decade-long rule. Speaking at a public gathering in Banswara, PM Modi criticized the Congress for its failure to nominate a single individual from the Adivasi community for the presidential position.

Prime Minister Narendra Modi said, "Earlier, when it was their (Congress) government, they said the first right on country's property will be given to Muslims."

'They will gather your properties'

Continuing his unwarranted attack he said, "This means they will gather the properties and will distribute it to whom? To the ones who have more children. They will distribute it to immigrants."

Prompting the public gathering he said, "Will your hard earned money be given to outsiders? Do you agree to this? This is being said in the manifesto of Congress. We will recalibrate the accounts of gold owned by women (of India). They will enquire about your property, seize it and give it to them (Muslims)."

"The Manmohan Singh government said that first right on property and assets is of Muslims. This mindset of urban-naxals, these people will not even let your mangalsootras remain in your possession,"

PM Modi emphasized the Bharatiya Janata Party's (BJP) unwavering commitment to uplift the marginalized sections of society, particularly the tribal population. He underscored the BJP's dedication to honest governance and reiterated its focus on empowering the poor.

Contrasting strategies

In contrast, PM Modi accused the Congress of adopting fear-mongering tactics and perpetuating corruption. He portrayed the BJP as a party of integrity and progress, while condemning the Congress for allegedly promoting fear, hunger, and malpractice.

PM Modi's remarks come amidst heightened political tensions and campaigning ahead of upcoming elections. His speech in Banswara aimed to garner support for BJP candidate Mahendrajeet Singh Malviya, highlighting the party's agenda of inclusive development and social justice.