PM Modi criticizes Kharge’s statement over J&K, labelling it as a “gang mentality.”

At a Jaipur rally, Congress leader Mallikarjun Kharge chastised Prime Minister Narendra Modi for bringing up the subject of Rajasthan’s Article 370 abrogation.

On Sunday, Prime Minister Narendra Modi took aim at Congress President Mallikarjun Kharge over comments he made the previous day in Jaipur, Rajasthan, regarding Jammu and Kashmir.
“As the national president of the Congress, this is no insignificant position. Furthermore, the leader believes that Rajasthan has nothing to do with Article 370. Is Jammu & Kashmir not an essential component of the nation? He thinks like a tukde-tukde gang member,” Modi reportedly said during a rally in Nawada, Bihar, according to PTI.

The prime minister emphasized that “their bodies have reached their native places wrapped in tricolour” after security personnel from all over India—including Rajasthan and Bihar—lost their lives battling terrorists in Jammu and Kashmir.
“The INDIA bloc discusses the Constitution a great deal. Their leaders ought to explain to the populace why Jammu & Kashmir was unable to completely execute Baba Saheb Ambedkar’s Samvidhan. The PM questioned, “Why did it take a Modi to do so?”

The prime minister launched his attack a day after Kharge chastised him for bringing up the subject of Rajasthan’s Article 370 abrogation at a Jaipur rally.

“PM Modi spoke at a rally in Churu, Rajasthan, yesterday. Numerous problems are associated with farming. Thousands of farmers have committed suicide, and they are suffering. Rather than discussing their problems, the PM claimed to have eliminated 371. What connection does it have with the persons present? Kharge stated.

“Kashmir se kya waasta hai (What is the relation with Kashmir)?” is a terrible question that the Congress head is asking, according to Union Home Minister Amit Shah, who also blasted the party leader. The Congress party should be reminded that J&K is an essential component of India and that every state and citizen has rights over the region, just as J&K’s citizens have rights over the rest of the country.”

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