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‘Those who ruled after independence were ashamed of our own culture’ – PM Modi attacks Congress for ignoring Hindu sacred places

“‘Those who ruled after independence were ashamed of our own culture’ – PM Modi attacks Congress for ignoring Hindu sacred places”, Opindia, February 4, 2024:

“On 4th February, Prime Minister Narendra Modi addressed a public meeting at Guwahati, Assam and unveiled an ambitious vision for the development of the country’s North East region. PM Modi emphasised the country’s transformative changes under the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP)-led government. During his speech, he touched upon key achievements, plans, and a commitment to empowering the region’s people.

During his address, PM Modi highlighted the significance of the region, especially the importance of sacred places like Kamakhya Devi Mandir, where he laid the foundation of the Kamakhya Divya Lok Project.

Citing the failure of the previous governments to develop sacred places, PM Modi said those who ruled the country after independence were ashamed of our culture. He said, “Unfortunately, those who ran the government in the country after gaining independence did not understand the importance of these sacred places of faith. They created a trend of being ashamed of their culture and history for political gain. Any country cannot develop by erasing its past, forgetting it, and cutting its roots…..”

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