'Nobody Can Remove CAA', PM Modi's Challenge to SP, Congress

In his address, he underscored the trust reposed in his leadership by the Indian populace, spotlighting the recent strides made in the implementation of the Citizenship Amendment Act (CAA)………..

Prime Minister Narendra Modi addressed a vibrant political rally in Azamgarh, Uttar Pradesh, today, commencing his speech with the resounding chant of “Bharat Mata Ki Jai.” In his address, he underscored the trust reposed in his leadership by the Indian populace, spotlighting the recent strides made in the implementation of the Citizenship Amendment Act (CAA).

“The Citizenship Amendment Act stands as a testament to our commitment to justice and inclusivity,” PM Modi declared, emphasizing the commencement of the cicitizenship-grantingrocess to persecuted individuals, with the first batch already receiving their rightful citizenship under the act.

Highlighting the diverse spectrum of individuals benefitting from the CAA, including Hindus, Sikhs, Buddhists, Jains, Parsis, and Muslims enduring the plight of refuge, PM Modi criticized the opposition for their selective invocation of Mahatma Gandhi’s name for political gains. “While they claim to follow Gandhi’s ideals, their actions speak otherwise,” he remarked, lamenting the neglect of thousands of refugee families over seven decades due to electoral considerations.

He added saying, “Parties like the Samajwadi Party and Congress spread lies over the issue of the CAA. They tried their best to burn the country, including UP, in riots. Even today, people of this INDI alliance say that Modi has brought the CAA and the day he goes, the CAA will also be removed. Desh mein koi maai ka laal paida hua hai jo CAA hata sake? (has anyone been born in this country who can repeal the CAA?). Nobody can remove the CAA. Modi has removed their veil of fake secularism under the garb of which they tried to do vote bank politics and made Hindu-Muslim fight against each other.”

PM Modi vehemently condemned the opposition’s dissemination of falsehoods and incitement of violence under the guise of the CAA. “India’s commitment to the CAA remains unwavering,” he affirmed, challenging detractors to question the integrity of the act born out of the nation’s ethos.

In a poignant reflection on the divisive politics of yesteryears, PM Modi portrayed himself as the harbinger of truth, unveiling the veiled realities to the Indian populace. “The people of India have seen through the cloak of deception,” he proclaimed, heralding a new era of transparency and accountability.

Addressing the once perennial issue of Kashmir in electoral discourse, PM Modi celebrated the newfound tranquility, attributing the silence of dissenting voices to the nation’s collective resolve.

In a stirring conclusion, PM Modi hailed the restoration of democracy in Kashmir after four decades as not merely his achievement but a shared triumph for the entire nation. “The celebration of democracy in Kashmir marks a collective victory for every Indian,” he affirmed, encapsulating the essence of unity and progress.

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