7 images that prove South India is in Modi's thrall

Lester Mason
April 15, 2019

PM Narendra Modi, while rallying in Kathua today, said that he won't allow "Muftis and Abdullahs" to divide this country and Mehbooba Mufti has retorted. He also attacked opposition parties who he said were working to "separate" Kashmir from India. Modi accused the two families of having destroyed three generations in Jammu and Kashmir by siding with the Pakistani proxies.

National Conference vice-president Omar Abdullah lashed out at Modi by tweeting; "We have to rid J&K of these two political families" says Modi ji in 2014 & then promptly goes & makes not one but TWO members of the Mufti family CM of J&K.

Starting his speech by paying a tribute to Dr BR Ambedkar on the latter's birth anniversary, Modi said that there is still a BJP wave across the country.

With four days left for voting in 14 Lok Sabha constituencies, PM Modi made back-to-back poll pitches in Mangaluru and Bengaluru on Saturday.

. "They can bring their entire clan into field, can abuse Modi as much as they want but they won't be able to divide this nation".

By coming out to vote in large numbers in Baramulla and Jammu, voters have given a befitting reply to terrorist leaders and opportunists, he added. In 2019 Modiji says, "We have to rid J&K of these two political families". He slammed the "Abdullah family" and said that he was not scared or intimidated.


The PM said that wrong policies of the Congress led to the mass exodus of Kashmiri Pandits from the Valley in 1989. The Congress and its allies keep politics above the security of the country.

Modi renewed his warning to Pakistan that "his new India" is capable of "eliminating terrorists in their homes".

He also posted a photograph showing Mr. Modi hugging PDP chief Mufti Mohammad Syed. The designations were in 1965 changed to chief minister and governor respectively. He alleged the central government had deliberately chosen to hold a "parallel event" instead of supporting the initiatives and programmes of the state government.

At the rally, the Prime Minister had promised to "stand like a wall" against "attempts of the National Conference and the PDP to continue family rule" in the state.

Other reports by Iphone Fresh

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