PM Modi: Shouldn’t vote those who think 100 times before saying ‘Vande Mataram’
While addressing a rally at Barrackpore (West Bengal) PM Modi attacked Mamta Didi, saying her head would be burst seeing increasing enthusiasm in the BJP’s election rallies in West Bengal.
PM further said, people should not vote for those who thinks 100 times before saying, ‘Vande Mataram and Bharat Mata Ki Jai’.
The West Bengal has given strength to ‘Rashtra bhakti,’ but these days it has become a fashion to abuse ‘Rashtra bhakti’. This is a distorted mentality. ‘Vande Mataram’ is praise for ‘Maa’, ‘Mati’ and ‘Manush.’ But, attempts are being made to shamelessly bury ‘Vande Mataram,'” said Modi.
“Those who started ignoring ‘Rashtra bhakti‘ for ‘vote bhakti‘, think 100 times before saying ‘Vande Mataram’ and ‘Bharat Mata Ki Jai.’ People of West Bengal should stay alert from such people,” he added.
Giriraj Singh, the BJP’s candidate in Bihar’s Begusarai, has received a notice from the Election Commission for his recent comment in which he had said that the country would not forgive those who “don’t say Vande Mataram“.
In his speech, he had also made reference of those who “need three-arm’s length of land” for burial. The poll took has taken exception to his comment, saying he has violated the code of conduct. He has 24 hours to respond to the notice.
Giriraj Singh had reportedly said “Who don’t say Vande Mataram, can’t worship motherland. My father and grandfather died by banks of Ganga and did not need a grave. But you need three-arm’s-length of land. If you don’t do it, the country will never forgive you’ 2/2 https://t.co/vSXXAtzFOV
— ANI (@ANI) April 29, 2019
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