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Modi has nothing to do with Hinduism: Kapil Sibal

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New Delh: Senior Congress leader Kapil Sibal today took a jibe at Prime Minister Narendra Modi, by saying that Modi has nothing to do with Hindu religion as he has adopted the concept of Hindutva, which has nothing to do with Hinduism. Sibal was interacting with media, especially in the context of Gujarat elections and the controversy following Congress Vice President, Rahul Gandhi’s visit to Somnath Temple.

Sibal also questioned the PM and asked him how many times did he go to the temple. Sibal said, the real Hindu is one who has compassion for every person in India regardless of his caste creed or religion. He further added, that the PM speaks on instances of communal violence not when it occurs, but after two three months rather than speaking on it immediately. He said that those people who care for feelings of others are the real Hindu. Sibal added that today those in power are not concerned about communal harmony, they are simply concerned with winning elections and polarising the polity for electoral benefit.

Sibal said that the PM instead of speaking on the issue of development in Gujarat is more concerned with who goes to temple and what does he offer there. However, the people of Gujarat know the reality of Modi’s development model where infrastructure in the rural areas is crumbling or simply doesn’t exist.

Talking about corruption, Sibal said that unlike Modi government claims, a recent report by Transparency International has placed India at the top, as being the most corrupt nation. The double standard is evident as when an international agency praises the government, they celebrate and tom tom about it, while when reports like Transparency International is published, this government chooses to stay mum. Sibal said that levels of corruption are the same as before, and there has been no perceptible change.

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PNB fraud case: Rahul attacks Modi asks, ‘where is the Chowkidar now?’

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Congress president Rahul Gandhi on Monday attacked prime minister Narendra Modi over the back to back reports of frauds by renowned businessmen.
Stating Vijay Mallya and Nirav Modi the Congress leader asked Narendra Modi, where is the Chowkidar who said ” Na Khaunga Na Khaane Dunga”.

Rahul Gandhi also questioned his silence over the PNB banking fraud. He said that the citizens are curious to hear from you.

Rahul also said,” your silence is telling whose faithful are you.”

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Hardik Patel may Campaign for Madhya Pradesh Assembly Polls

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Bhopal, Feb 19: Gujarat’s firebrand Patidar leader Hardik Patel on Monday dropped hints that he may campaign for the upcoming Madhya Pradesh Assembly polls and also stated his intent to work for the youth and farmers of the country. 

The Patidar Anamat Andolan Samiti (PAAS) leader came up with these remarks here during his one-day tour in the city, news agency IANS quoted.

When asked  about his campaign plans, Patel told the media: “There is no problem in doing good work and will continue doing so.”

He also took potshots at the ruling Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) at the Centre and in the state for its divisive politics.

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BJP announces candidates for UP, Bihar by-polls

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BJP(Bhartiya Janta Party) on Monday announced its candidates for Uttar Pradesh & Bihar By-Polls.

KS Patel and Upendra Shukla will be BJP’s candidate from Phoolpur and Gorakhpur assembly seat respectively.

Whereas Rinky Pandey & Pradeep Singh will be BJP ‘s candidates for Bhabua assembly and Araria Lok Sabha seat respectively.

The election commission has announced that the election of the four constituencies will be held on 11th March.

The by-elections in Uttar Pradesh were necessitated after Gorakhpur MP Yogi Adityanath became the Chief Minister while Phulpur MP Keshav Prasad Maurya was appointed the Deputy Chief Minister.

Araria seat fell vacant after the death of Rashtriya Janata Dal MP Mohammad Taslimuddin.

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