PM Modi ended terrorism, abolished Article 370: Amit Shah

February 26, 2024
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New Delhi:  Union Home Minister Amit Shah today said the Modi government fulfilled its promise of abolishing Article 370 from Jammu and Kashmir.

 “We had promised to abolish Article 370 from Kashmir. Modi got Kashmir rid of Article 370 on August 5, 2019.   Modi has brought an end to Naxalism, terrorism, and extremism in the country. Prime Minister Modi also fulfilled the promise of One Rank, One Pension for the army personnel,” Shah said

He was speaking after laying the foundation stone of 53 different projects worth about Rs 2448 crore in Daman & Diu’s Silvassa today. On this occasion, many dignitaries including the Administrator of Daman and Diu,   Praful Patel, and the Union Home Secretary were present.

 Amit Shah began his address by paying tribute to Veer Savarkar on his death anniversary. He said that Veer Savarkar lived his entire life to liberate India and show the right path to the country. He said that great personalities like Veer Savarkar are born once in a thousand years.

Union Home Minister said that today 10 projects of Daman for Rs 191 crore, 10 projects worth Rs 340 crore at Diu, and 33 projects at Dadra and Nagar Haveli for Rs 1916 crore are being inaugurated and their bhoomi pujan being done. He said that Prime Minister   Narendra Modi has started so many development projects in the last 10 years that the list for such projects will be very long.

  Amit Shah said that in the upcoming Lok Sabha elections, about 100 crore people of the country will exercise their franchise and elect a new government. He said that Modi ji’s guarantee means the promise of 100 percent completion of the work. He said that Prime Minister   Narendra Modi has provided basic amenities to crores of Dalits, tribals, poor and backward people of the country.

  Amit Shah said that now when the country is going to elections very soon, the people of the country have two options – the leadership of Narendra Modi ji filled with patriotism and an alliance of 7 dynastic parties. He said that the people of the country have to decide whether they want the rule of Modi ji who made India the 5th largest economy in the world or those who committed scams worth Rs 12 lakh crore.   Shah said that only   Narendra Modi can do good for the people of India.   Shah said that this is an association of corrupt, dynastic, 2G, 3G, and 4G scammers who do not give a chance to anyone else. He said that a son like   Narendra Modi, born to a poor mother, is today getting accolades for Mother India all over the world and this is the beauty of democracy.

Union Home Minister said that Prime Minister   Narendra Modi made a tribal woman, Smt. Droupadi Murmu, the President of India, and honored the backward community by giving constitutional status to the OBC Commission. Modi ji made the Dalits of the country proud by making Panchteerth of Baba Saheb.   

Shah said that the next decade belongs to India and under the leadership of Modi ji, we will become a 5 trillion US dollar economy and the third largest economy in the world by 2027. He said that Modi has set a target of USD 2 trillion in exports by 2030, building India’s space station in space by 2035, in 2036 we will host the Olympic Games and in 2040 we will make the country proud by sending an Indian to the Moon with the tricolor.   Shah said that in line with Modi ji’s vision, we will build a fully developed and self-reliant India by 2047 and make Mother India a world leader.

  Amit Shah said that   Narendra Modi ji has amended the three British-era criminal laws. He said that   Praful Patel has done the development work here in just 5 years which the previous governments could not do even in 70 years.

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