7 images that prove South India is in Modi's thrall

Clay Curtis
April 15, 2019

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.

Omar Abdullah said PM Modi should not forget the BJP's past alliances.

Predicting a landslide victory for the ruling BJP in the ongoing Lok Sabha polls, Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Sunday said that there is a powerful wave in favour of the saffron party which is all set to win thrice the seats that Congress will get. Modi accused the two families of having destroyed three generations in Jammu and Kashmir by siding with the Pakistani proxies.

"As we are onto the second phase of the election, one thing is very clear that the Prime Minister is running scared of giving the answers to what he had promised in 2014 and the performance of his government has been non-deliverance and betrayal of the people", Mr. Sharma said. He thundered that "these corrupt families of J&K must know that Modi will stand like a wall against their attempts to continue their family rule in the state. 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. "BJP with its noxious agenda of banishing Muslims & minorities wants to divide India".

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The World Health Organization said 121 people have been killed in the fighting and another 561 have been wounded. The meeting was attended by Egypt's intelligence chief Abbas Kamel.

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.

While the parliamentary poll is in full swing in India, PM Narendra Modi has addressed an audience at an election rally detailing why he prioritises security issues in his policies, as well as pondering on the soured ties with Pakistan. "India is not Modi & Modi isn't India". He also picked on Pakistan, saying that India's cross-border strikes had exposed its "nuclear bluff".

On doubts raised by some opposition leaders on the Balakot air strikes, Modi said Congress has never trusted valour of Indian armed forces.

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