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“Not just Ram, even Shyam”: PM Modi slams SP, Congress in Aonla; Claims they plan to give OBC Quota to ‘Special Vote Bank’

“”Not just Ram, even Shyam”: PM Modi slams SP, Congress in Aonla; Claims they plan to give OBC Quota to ‘Special Vote Bank'”, Swarajyamag, April 25, 2024:


“Prime Minister Narendra Modi slammed the Samajwadi Party (SP) and Congress for mocking the delay in Ram Mandir construction in Ayodhya and not coming to the ‘pran pratishtha’ even after being invited.

“Not just Ram, they even didn’t leave our Shyam… Congress’ shehzada even mocked my Dwarka visit. SP dynasts call themselves yaduvanshi but are worshipping those who mock Lord Krishna,” Modi said.

He claimed that Congress wants to give OBC reservation to their special vote bank. “SP shehzada is silent on Congress’ such intentions. He fully endorses this policy,” Modi added while speaking at Aonla…….”

Read the full article at Swarajyamag.com

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