Modi Targeted on Digvijay Singh in Ratlam Rally

In our rule, our brave soldiers did not get bulletproof jackets. Our soldiers were martyred in terrorist attacks.
Modi Targeted on Digvijay Singh in Ratlam Rally

Ratlam In the last and seventh phase of Lok Sabha elections, votes will be cast for 8 seats in Madhya Pradesh. All these seats are from Malwa-Nimad. In such a situation, both the parties are pushing full force. In this episode, Prime Minister Narendra Modi has reached Ratlam today. He will address the public at the Sailana Road Bajli Airstrip field here. Thousands of people are reaching the rally venue to join the rally. Modi-Modi slogans began to arrive at PM Modi's platform. Former Chief Minister of the state and state BJP President Rakesh Singh will also be in the rally. A large number of BJP women workers have also reached this rally.

PM Modi also targeted Congress here. He said, "Congress has difficulty speaking the voice of Bharat Mata, they scold me, start with Namdhari slogan, tell us the country will run with devotion or patriotism, PM Modi here is the martyr of Lt Cdr Referring to Dharmendra Chauhan, he attacked the Congress and said that I bow to the martyred officer. On one side, Dharmendra has given his help to save the people. Are not given. On the other hand, the Congress used to picnic on Navy warship. Congress middle class say greedy. To tax him. Now he has turned against the middle-class Mhamilavti people.

Prime Minister Modi over the country's security and defense scams too. He said that the only answer to the submarine scam, Submarin scandal, the Bofors scam, is that 'happened then happened'. In our rule, our brave soldiers did not get bulletproof jackets. Our soldiers were martyred in terrorist attacks. But they were saying 'happened then'. All the country has come to know. Similarly, there was a gas scandal in Bhopal. The people who are suffering today are suffering. If it is talked about that, then its prediction remains the same, 'happened then happened'.

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