There’s a BJP wave, says PM Modi

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Modi then went on to knock the locally operating National Conference and PDP for supporting separatism, arguing that they threaten India with a separate prime minister and exclusion of the state of Jammu and Kashmir from the county, while stressing that the state is integral to India and will remain so.

Starting his speech by paying a tribute to Dr BR Ambedkar on the latter's birth anniversary, Modi said that there is still a BJP wave across the country.

Prime Minister Narendra Modi speaking at a rally in Kathua, Jammu and Kashmir on Sunday.

Claiming that the BJP has a tactical understanding with Pakistan on the Kashmir issue, senior Congress leader Veerappa Moily demanded to know the basis of Imran Khan's support to Prime Minister Narendra Modi in the ongoing elections. In 2019 Modiji says, "We have to rid J&K of these two political families".

Modi also challenged the "two families" who have "ruled" the state for three generations and said that he would not allow them to divide the country. Modi had criticised the Abdullah and Mufti families in his campaign during the elections in 2014 as well. "They can bring their entire clan into field, can abuse Modi as much as they want but they won't be able to divide this nation", he added.

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PDP chief Mehbooba Mufti echoed Omar Abdullah's sentiment in her tweet.

Mehbooba was quick in responding to Modi's allegations by tweeting; "Why does PM bash political families pre elections & then sends his envoys to stitch alliances with the very same parties?"

Former Prime Minister H D Deve Gowda has termed the raids as an act of political revenge as Kumaraswamy refused BJP's invite to join them. "In order to gain sympathy & consequently power, PM is misleading people by equating himself with the nation. India is not Modi & Modi isn't India".

PM Modi had taken on everybody from the regional parties to the Congress at the Kathua rally. "This is a new India and it will strike terrorists well inside their hideouts across the border", he thundered.

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