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Namo slammed the opposition by reiterating himself as the “Kamdaar” of the country

In an interview to Asian News International (ANI) news agency, Prime Minister Narendra Modi criticized the idea of Grand alliance aka Mahagathbandhan claiming it is all about dynasties and not development.

 “The only question whether they will break up before the election or after?” said Narendra Modi. Few more things on which PM spoke his views were – PDP-BJP coalition, increased crime against women and employment created by the NDA government in the last one year.

Mr Modi even claimed that more than 1 crore jobs have been created in the last year alone. Subsequently, he also ruled out the hope of the removal of the caste-based reservation by saying that “Reservation is here to stay. Let there be no doubt about it.”

“Everyone should rise above politics to ensure peace and unity in our society.”, said Modi. He even talked about lynching and increasing crimes against women and targeted Rahul Gandhi by reminding people of Gujarat Elections.

“The Congress President tried his best to provoke people against GST during Gujarat elections, why did the people reject him?” said Narendra Modi

On BJP-PDP alliance, Namo said that the death of Mufti Mohammad Sayeed created hurdles in fulfilling the expectations of the people and that is why BJP decided to opt out of power.

Eventually, he targeted opposition again by saying that “I am a humble Kaamdaar( worker). I am nothing compared to the Naamdaars (renowned) of this country, who have their own unique style of conducting themselves. They decide whom to hate when to hate and whom to ‘love’ and how to make a show of it. In all this, what can a Kamdaar like me say?”

Syed Zuhair Ali
Syed Zuhair Ali
A student of Journalism and Mass Communication who loves to write about social issues through his poetries.