PM Modi Accuses Congress Of Doing Appeasement And Vote Bank Politics

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Prime Minister and senior BJP leader Narendra Modi has accused Congress of doing appeasement and vote bank politics. Addressing an election rally at Uniara in Tonk-Sawai Madhopur Lok Sabha constituency in Rajasthan today, Mr. Modi alleged that during the Congress rule in 2004 and 2011, attempts were made to reduce the reservation for SC-ST and give it on the basis of religion. He said that Congress had conspired to divide reservation on the basis of religion in Andhra Pradesh and Karnataka too. He accused Congress of playing with the spirit of the Constitution. Mr. Modi assured that reservation for SC -ST and backward classes will neither end nor be allowed to be divided on the basis of religion.
He said that in the last 10 years, everyone has seen the performance and achievements of a stable and strong government. During these years, Mr. Modi said, the country took decisions which no one had imagined. He said that the Congress never practices politics of development and that is why the country had remained deprived of basic amenities for decades. The Prime Minister also appealed to the voters to strengthen democracy by voting in maximum numbers. 

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