Opposition’s agenda is same as Pakistan to break Punjab: PM Modi

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Hitting out at the Opposition for making attempts to break Punjab, Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Thursday alleged that their agenda is the same as Pakistan’s agenda, reported news agency ANI.

“These people are dreaming of breaking Punjab. These people are ready to join hands with the separatists for power. If these people have to break the country to get power, then these people are ready for that too. Their agenda and the agenda of the country’s enemies, Pakistan’s agenda is not at all different,” said PM Modi, while addressing a rally in Abohar.

Hitting out at Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal, PM Modi said, “Those who don’t welcome you in Delhi, are asking for votes in Punjab.”

The ‘Partner in Crime’ party of Congress is also telling lies one after the other in Punjab. These are the people who have the government in Delhi. These people, who came to Punjab today and lied to the Sikhs, have not made a single Sikh minister in Delhi.

He said only the BJP can resolve the issues of security in Punjab.

PM Modi also appealed to the people of Punjab to give a chance to BJP this decade so that the double engine government can work for the welfare of the people in the state. “Double engine government in Punjab means- fastest development of the state in this decade. Sand mafia, drug mafias will vanish from the state and industries will touch new heights, and new opportunities for employment, self-employment for the youth of Punjab,” he said.

He further said that when his government was formed at the Centre, it implemented the recommendations of the commission. (ANI)

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