7 May 2024

MP Lok Sabha Elections 2024: PM Modi calls for 400 seats for BJP to protect Ayodhya Ram Temple, slams opposition's stance on Muslim reservation at Dhar rally

MP Lok Sabha Elections 2024: Prime Minister Narendra Modi delivered an energetic speech at an election rally in Dhar district, Madhya Pradesh, stressing the BJP's goal of securing 400 seats in the upcoming Lok Sabha elections-2024. This ambition, he suggested, aims to safeguard the Ram Temple in Ayodhya from potential interference by the Congress. Modi underscored the significant role of tribal communities in preserving Indian traditions and liberties. He pointed to their longstanding reverence for Lord Ram.

With fervor, Modi lauded the legacy of Baba Saheb, declaring, "The land of Dhar Baba Saheb holds sanctity for me." He said the Congress has downplayed Baba Saheb's pivotal role in shaping the Constitution and deprived him of recognition. Modi also spotlighted his government's dedication to uplifting the underprivileged, citing achievements such as providing housing and sanitation facilities to millions.

Opposition Vows All Reservations for Muslims

In response to reservations concerns, Modi reassured SC, ST, and OBC communities, affirming he will protect their rights. He criticized the opposition for allegedly plotting to allocate all reservations to Muslims, neglecting other communities. Modi also denounced rumors propagated by the opposition about constitutional changes and such allegations were unfounded.

The rally, attended by Chief Minister Mohan Yadav, Union Minister Faggan Singh Kulaste, and other senior leaders, saw fervent support from both workers and the public. Modi's speech garnered enthusiastic endorsement, highlighting the audience's strong backing for his leadership and national vision.

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