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PM Modi makes big announcement on Kashmir: ‘J&K will get the status of Statehood ‘…

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Prime Minister Narendra Modi addressed a public rally in Jammu and Kashmir’s Udhampur on Friday, expressing his assurance that the statehood of Jammu and Kashmir would be reinstated soon. He emphasized that Assembly elections would follow once statehood is reinstated.

Speaking in support of BJP candidates at the rally, PM Modi assured the audience, “The time is not far when Assembly Elections will be held in Jammu and Kashmir. Jammu and Kashmir will get the status of statehood. You will be able to share your dreams with your MLA and your ministers.”

He also pledged that the upcoming Lok Sabha polls in Jammu and Kashmir would be conducted without fear of terrorism, strikes, stone-pelting, or cross-border firing. PM Modi asserted his commitment to resolving the issues that have plagued Jammu and Kashmir for the past 60 years, claiming significant transformation in the region over the last decade.

PM Modi challenged the Congress and other opposition parties to attempt to bring back Article 370 of the Constitution, reaffirming his dedication to addressing the long-standing sufferings of the people of Jammu and Kashmir.

Urging support for BJP candidates Jitendra Singh and Jugal Kishore from Udhampur and Jammu respectively, PM Modi highlighted the significance of establishing a strong government at the Centre to tackle the country’s challenges effectively.

During his address, PM Modi criticized Congress MP Rahul Gandhi and RJD chief Lalu Prasad Yadav for allegedly cooking mutton during the month of Sawan last year, insinuating their disregard for the sentiments of the majority. Without directly naming them, PM Modi likened their actions to those of the Mughals, accusing them of intentionally provoking the people of the country.

Referring to a viral video from September last year featuring Lalu Prasad Yadav and Rahul Gandhi cooking mutton together, PM Modi condemned their actions as disrespectful and insensitive towards the sentiments of the people. He likened their behavior to the actions of the Mughals during their rule, suggesting a deliberate attempt to provoke the population by flaunting their actions during a religiously significant month like Sawan.

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