Pakistan desires ‘Shehzada’ as India’s PM

Gujrat: Pakistan is eager to see ‘Shehzada’ become India’s prime minister, said Prime Minister Narendra Modi taking a veiled dig at Congress leader Rahul Gandhi, in a rally held in Gujarat’s Anand,

Modi described the Congress party as a ‘mureed’ (follower) of Pakistan, stating, “The Congress is languishing here and Pakistanis are shedding tears.”

The Prime Minister’s comments came after former Pakistani minister Chaudhry Fawad Hussain expressed admiration for Rahul Gandhi in a video shared on X, where Gandhi criticized the BJP and Modi.

Modi further criticized the Congress party’s governance, contrasting it with the BJP’s achievements. He claimed that under Congress’s 60-year rule, 60% of the rural population lacked access to toilets, a feat the BJP accomplished in just 10 years.

Accusing the Congress of aiming to amend the Constitution to extend reservations to Muslims, Modi challenged them to give written assurance that they will not do so.

He highlighted the BJP’s achievements, such as providing tap water connections to 14 crore households in the last 10 years, compared to the Congress’s 3 crore households in 60 years.

Modi reiterated his commitment to making India a developed nation by 2047, emphasizing his dedication to serving Gujarat and the nation.

He expressed his aspiration for India to stand as a developed nation by the time the country celebrates its 100 years of Independence in 2047, pledging to work tirelessly towards this goal.

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