Minorities Have Never been More Safe In the Country Than Under Modi’s Government

In response to the Opposition's to the lynching issue in the Rajya Sabha, BJP leader KJ Alphons said these things
Minorities Have Never been More Safe In the Country Than Under Modi’s Government

BJP leader KJ Alphons told minorities to be the safest in the PM Modi's rule. In the reign of Prime Minister Narendra Modi, he said that the minorities of the country are far safer than ever before.

All these things in the Rajya Sabha as an answer to the Oppositions to lynching cases. BJP leader KJ Alphons said, "In the state of Prime Minister Narendra Modi, the minority is safer than ever before, as it was not auspicious." Speaking on the motion of thanks on the President's address, he said that PM Modi is more 'democratic' than his earlier leaders.

During this time, BJP leader KJ Alphonas asked, five years ago it was said that Christians would be beaten and churches would be burnt after the BJP came to power. Have you noticed that a Christian is being beaten or is there any church being burnt? This country has not been so safe for minorities ever before the Modi government's tenure.

KJ Alphons, who was the minister during the first tenure of the NDA government, but has not been appointed a minister in the second term of Modi government, he said, targeting the Congress, "If he wants to be a world and live in a world of faith, then history Will write it. You will have a new India. ' Commenting on the matter of Opposition leader Ghulam Nabi Azad, who had called for a withdrawal of 'old India' in his remarks during the debate and said that Modi had kept 'New India' with him.

He further said, "Instead of crying over these, we should celebrate many things as there are 99.2% of the population in the country which now has a toilet. 35 million people have bank accounts. Under Rs 7.5 crore gas connections and money scheme, loans worth Rs 19 crore were distributed. Apart from this, business rankings and India are attacking the enemy's heart. Such sub-groups should be celebrated.

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