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National News
PM taking political revenge on Oppn leaders: Pawar
 
Kolhapur: Prime Minister Narendra Modi was taking political revenge from different Opposition leaders and their close persons, who were taking stand against him, by raiding their residents, offices through the Income Tax office, president of Nationalist Congress Party (NCP) Sharad Pawar alleged on Wednesday.

Addressing an election rally at Gandhi Maidan here for Kolhapur NCP candidate Dhananjay Mahadik, Mr Pawar said that Mr Modi, who has disliked Opposition, especially those who were taking a stand against him and ordering the IT department to conduct raid on these leaders and their close persons'' residences and offices in states like Andhra Pradesh, Karnataka, Tamil Nadu and trying to defame them politically.

But, people of this country would not bear such revenge politics and defeat Mr Modi in this election, he asserted. Mr Pawar said during the last five years in Mr Modi''s regime, increasing unemployment, farmer suicides, which raised up to total 11998 suicide cases following their bankruptcy, but while Mr Modi came for five times in the state for the election compaign, he totally neglected towards such burning issues with not mentioning on these issues.

He said even on Wednesday in Akluj, Mr Modi criticised him, saying ''''Mr Pawar is engaged in resolving issues related with sugar lobby with using power. He (Mr Pawar) questioned, is that wrong to fulfill issues relating to sugar industry? He said he was not the chairman of any sugar factory, but working for the farmers through an institution, which care how to produce good sugar. He said that after Pulwama explosion in which about 40 Jawans killed, all opposition parties strongly stand behind the Jawans for their bravery, but Mr Modi was taking political credit without taking care of their family members.

Mr Modi also telling the peoples to cast their votes as homage to martys. In Congress regime , Manmohan Singh, Indira Gandhi or Rajiv Gandhi had not took any political advantage even Ms Gandhi taught a lesson to Pakistan with produced Bangladesh. With considering this peoples has no faith that Mr Modi would protect the country.

On continuous criticism on Gandhi family members including Pandit Nehru , Indira Gandhi, Rajiv Gandhi, Mr Pawar said that Nehru had put up struggle for the country''s independence, while Indira Gandhi and her son Rajiv had sacrificed for the country and except criticising them, Mr Modi should salute them for their sacrifice for the country.


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