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Why did PM Modi take ‘wealth to Muslims’ jibe at Congress? The answer lies in Congress party’s past actions

New Delhi: Prime Narendra Modi’s statement at the Banswara rally in Rajasthan on Sunday created a political storm ahead of the second phase of the Lok Sabha Elections 2024 with allegations and counter-allegations galore from all quarters. The Prime Minister during the rally attacked the Congress party and said that if the ‘Grand Old Party’ came to power it would redistribute the wealth of people to Muslims and cited former Prime Minister Manmohan Singh’s 2006 remark that the minority community had the first claim on the country’s resources.
PM Modi said the Congress had announced that it would conduct a survey to find out the property of individuals, gold owned by women, silver mostly owned by tribal families, land and cash belonging to government employees and others, and redistribute it among those ‘with more children’. “This urban-naxal mindset, my mothers and sisters, they will not even leave your ‘Mangalsutra’. They can go to that level,” PM Modi said in Banswara.

The PM also took a swipe at the Congress party’s election manifesto ‘Nyay Patra’ and alleged that the party is trapped in the clutches of the Leftists and urban Naxals and that what Congress has said in its manifesto is serious and worrying.

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