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Modi brings up Ram Mandir in Bihar rally, recalls years of prayers and penance

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Motihari (Bihar), Nov 1 : Prime Minister Narendra Modi raised the issue of Ram Mandir in his rally at Motihari’s Gandhi Maidan in Bihar’s East Champaran district.

“I have come many times to Champaran, in Motihari. But after the construction of the grand Ram temple in Ayodhya started, this is the first time I have come among you,” said Modi. He added, “After waiting for centuries, this opportunity has come. It has come after a long period of ‘tap’ (prayers and sacrifices) and ‘tapasya’ (penance). I congratulate all you friends associated with the land of Ramayan.”

The Ram Mandir ‘bhoomi pujan’ took place in August that paved the way for the construction of the temple. This is probably the first time the temple issue was used so strongly by the Prime Minister.

Referring to the free ration scheme during and after the lockdown for crores of underprivileged Indians, Modi connected Diwali and Chhath — two prime festivities of Bihar.

“When the crisis of Corona came in the country, first I thought of the village, the poor and the farmers…Free ration was arranged till Diwali and Chhath Puja for poor families… so that they don’t go hungry,” he said.

While highlighting new and innovative schemes, he focussed on jobs — something that has become an electoral issue this assembly election in Bihar.

Targeting the RJD-Congress alliance, he said: “It is very important for the youth of Bihar to get good and honourable employment in Bihar itself. The question is, who can provide it? Those who gave Bihar the identity of darkness and crime? Those, for whom generating employment is the medium of earning millions?”

Reiterating his stress on “jungle raj”, Modi also took a sharp dig at RJD’s alliance with the Left. “Now in this election, the supporters of Maoism and those who want to tear the country apart have joined hands with the people of Jungle Raj,” he alleged.

In what has come to be the Prime Minister’s favourite political dig this election season, he said that those representing “jungle raj” are concerned about lighting the lantern while NDA is focussed on providing each house with LED.

Lantern has political connotations as well, since it is the RJD’s electoral symbol. Moreover, it signifies a bygone era.

He urged people to vote for the NDA for what he calls “Aatmanirbhar Bihar”.

Going hyper local on his self reliant India theme, Modi said, “Be it farming, animal husbandry, fisheries, industries and enterprises related to it, self-reliant Champaran is an important part of self-sufficient Bihar.”

He added that a dairy plant has already started in the district.

The second phase of Bihar election is on November 3.

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Hiding truth ‘anti-national’, bringing it out ‘patriotic’: Rahul

Former Congress chief Rahul Gandhi on Monday sharpened his attack on the Modi government over the Chinese intrusions in Ladakh saying that hiding the truth and allowing China to occupy Indian land is anti-national and bringing it to people’s attention is patriotic .

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New Delhi: “The Chinese have occupied Indian land. Hiding the truth and allowing them to take it is anti-national. Bringing it to people’s attention is patriotic,” Gandhi said in a tweet attaching his fourth video in the series.

In the video titled ‘Tough questions on China’, the Congress MP from Kerala’s Wayanad said, “As an Indian, my number one priority is the nation and its people.”

Firing a salvo at the government, Gandhi said, “How do you react to people who say your questions to the Prime Minister on China, weaken India?”

The Congress leader said, “Now, it is pretty clear that the Chinese have entered our territory. This disturbs me. It frankly makes my blood boil. How can some other nation just come into our territory?”

He said “now if you as a politician want me to keep quiet and lie to my people, when I’m absolutely convinced I have seen the satellite photos.”

“I speak to the ex-army people. If you want me to lie that the Chinese have not entered this country I’m not gonna lie. I simply will not do it. I don’t care if my whole career goes to hell. I’m not going to lie,” the Congress leader said attacking the government over the military face-off with China in eastern Ladakh’s Galwan valley.

He said, “I think the people who are lying about Chinese entering our country are the people that are not nationalistic.”

“I think the people who are lying and who are saying the Chinese are not in India, they are the people who are not patriotic. So frankly, I don’t care if it costs me politically. I don’t care if I have no political career at all after that,” he said.

He also said “but, I’m going to say the truth as far as Indian territory is concerned”.

During the all-party meeting, the Prime Minister had said that China has not entered into India’s land. On July 17, Gandhi released his first video and questioned the government’s foreign policy.

He slammed the Modi government over the face-off with China in Ladakh. He said China chose this time to intrude in our land as India’s foreign policy, economy and relationship with neighbouring countries are disrupted.

In his second video released on July 20, the Congress leader said Modi fabricated a “fake” strongman image to come to power and now his biggest strength is “India’s biggest weakness”.

On July 23, in his third video the Congress leader attacked the Prime Minister over the India-China border face-off saying he is 100 per cent focused on building his own image and “one man’s image is not a substitute for a national vision”.

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Pilot breaks silence, says truth cannot be defeated

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Jaipur, July 14 : Minutes after the Congress party sacked senior party leader Sachin Pilot from all posts including that of Rajasthan Deputy Chief Minister and party state unit chief, he said that truth can be disturbed but cannot be defeated.

“Truth can be disturbed, but not defeated,” Pilot said in a tweet in Hindi.

His remark came soon after Congress media in-charge Randeep Singh Surjewala announced that Pilot has been sacked as the Deputy Chief Minister of Rajasthan and has also been relieved from his duties as chief of Congress’ Rajasthan unit.

Surjewala also said that the Congress made Pilot a Union minister in his 30s, a deputy chief minister in his 40s. “We have given Pilot many opportunities. He has been an MP, MoS and a state party president. I am sad that Pilot and some of his colleagues have fallen for a trap laid by the BJP… This is unacceptable,” Surjewala said at a press briefing.

The crisis in Rajasthan started on Saturday after Pilot along with his loyal MLAs went incommunicado. Pilot, son of former Union Minister and veteran Congress leader Rajesh Pilot, has not attended the two crucial Congress Legislature Party (CLP) meetings on Monday and Tuesday.

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