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“Hindus have become second-class citizens in Bengal”: PM Modi slams TMC

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PM Modi criticized the Trinamool Congress for allegedly relegating Hindus to second-class status in Bengal under their governance.

He addressed a rally in Barrackpur, expressing confidence in the BJP’s growing support. He accused the TMC of fostering a climate where bomb-making thrives and where practicing one’s faith, particularly in venerating Lord Ram, is met with intimidation.

Modi also criticized the Congress and Left parties for their stance on issues like the Ram Mandir and alleged appeasement policies. He condemned statements by TMC leaders threatening Hindus, referring to remarks by TMC MLA Humayun Kabir about drowning Hindus in the Bhagirathi River.

Modi highlighted the historical neglect of eastern states’ development by the Congress and pledged to enhance their growth under his leadership. He emphasized infrastructure development initiatives and promised to prioritize the progress of West Bengal and neighboring states.

Modi conducted a roadshow in Barrackpore ahead of the upcoming Lok Sabha elections in West Bengal. In the 2019 polls, BJP significantly increased its seat count in West Bengal, challenging the dominance of the TMC.

He addressed a rally in Barrackpur, expressing confidence in the BJP’s growing support. He accused the TMC of fostering a climate where bomb-making thrives and where practicing one’s faith, particularly in venerating Lord Ram, is met with intimidation.

Modi also criticized the Congress and Left parties for their stance on issues like the Ram Mandir and alleged appeasement policies. He condemned statements by TMC leaders threatening Hindus, referring to remarks by TMC MLA Humayun Kabir about drowning Hindus in the Bhagirathi River.

Modi highlighted the historical neglect of eastern states’ development by the Congress and pledged to enhance their growth under his leadership. He emphasized infrastructure development initiatives and promised to prioritize the progress of West Bengal and neighboring states.

Modi conducted a roadshow in Barrackpore ahead of the upcoming Lok Sabha elections in West Bengal. In the 2019 polls, BJP significantly increased its seat count in West Bengal, challenging the dominance of the TMC.

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