For Cong, vote-bank is more imp than our daughters’ lives, says PM

Belagavi (Karnataka), April 28 (UNI) Prime Minister Narendra Modi speaking at a colossal rally in Belagavi launch a scathing rebuke against the Congress party for paying more attention to appeasement politics than women safety as he raised the recent tragedy of Neha Hiremath’s brutal murder at a college campus in Hubballi.

“The Congress government gives priority to appeasement, for them the lives of daughters like Neha have no value. They are only concerned about their vote bank,” he said on Sunday while campaigning for the second phase of Karnataka election for the Lok Sabha.

PM Modi accused the Congress of disregarding national security concerns and engaging with the banned organisation, Popular Front of India (PFI), for electoral purposes. He also highlighted the alleged failure of the Congress to address a bomb blast incident at a café in Bengaluru, suggesting a lack of seriousness in handling security issues.

Criticising the Congress alliance with the PFI, which has been labelled an anti-national organization that shelters terrorists, Modi claimed that the Congress’ support for the PFI was driven solely by electoral motives, particularly in the Wayanad constituency where Rahul Gandhi is contesting.

“When there was a bomb blast in a cafe in Bengaluru, Congress did not take it seriously. Not only this, Congress has used PFI for votes… which is an anti-national organisation that gives shelter to terrorism and which has been banned by the Modi government. Congress is engaged in defending such a terrorist organization PFI just to win one seat, Wayanad,” he said.

In a fervent address, PM Modi alleged that the Congress’s fixation on appeasement politics blinds them to the nation’s developmental strides and undermines its democratic fabric.

He demanded an apology from the party for what he described as its role in conspiring against the country’s democratic foundations.

PM Modi criticised the Congress for its apparent disregard for India’s achievements under the NDA government, suggesting a sense of shame on their part regarding the nation’s progress.

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