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The gloves are off: Why Modi cannot ignore his Hindu-Hindutva base voter

“The gloves are off: Why Modi cannot ignore his Hindu-Hindutva base voter”, Swarajyamag, April 22, 2024:

“One should have seen this coming when, the other day, Narendra Modi likened the Congress 2024 election manifesto to something that could have been drafted by the Muslim League. Yesterday (21 April), he upped the ante and suggested that the Congress’ wealth redistribution plan will end up benefiting only minorities and illegal migrants.

Speaking at election rallies in Rajasthan, Modi, says a Times of India report, had this to say: “Just look at their manifesto. What they have said is of grave concern and reflects their plan to implement their Maoist vision on the ground. They have said that if Congress gets to form the government, they would conduct a survey of everyone’s assets: how much gold our mothers and sisters have and their value would be computed, including the silver ornaments of our tribal sisters, the assets of government employees, everything.

They don’t stop at that. They go on to say that the assets will be equitably redistributed. Is it acceptable to you? Does the government have the right to expropriate your hard-earned assets?” He went on to link Manmohan Singh’s 2006 statement, that the minorities, especially Muslims, have the first right to the state’s resources, to the latest manifesto and concluded that this wealth distribution will benefit only those who produce more children and “infiltrators”…….”

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