Congress-JD(S) came together for sake of power: PM in Karnataka

Congress-JD(S) came together for sake of power: PM in Karnataka

Congress-JD(S) came together for sake of power: PM in Karnataka

"Women's welfare and development will be accorded a high priority at all levels within the government, and the BJP is committed to 33 percent reservation in parliament and state assemblies through a constitutional amendment", the manifesto said.

Earlier, on April 6, the prime minister had said Indian ruling party's attempt to win election through whipping up war hysteria and false claims of downing a Pakistan's F-16 aircraft has backfired.

"I never thought I would see what is happening in India right now", said the former global cricket star.

This was despite the massive alienation that Muslims in Kashmir and Muslims in general were facing in Modi's India, said Khan, who took office last August.

Modi said those who speak of a separate prime minister for Jammu and Kashmir are the one on whom the nation had placed its trust.

Further challenges for Mr Modi arose when on February 19 the Pakistan-based Islamist group Jaish-e-Mohammad killed 40 Indian paramilitary police in a bomb attack in the disputed territory of Kashmir.

While the BJP raised the issue of "nationalism", highlighting the airstrikes against terror targets in Pakistan after Pulwama terror attack, the Congress flagged the Rafale deal to mobilise public opinion against the Modi government.

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BJP supporters have sought the removal, expressing anger at many Kashmiris' resistance to rule by India, which, for three decades, has battled an armed insurgency in the region also claimed by Pakistan.

"One camp is of patriots of BJP led by Narendra Modi and NDA allies and the other camp is led by Rahul Baba and gathbandhan", he said.

He said that while the whole country was appreciative of the surgical strikes carried out by Indian forces on terror sites in Pakistan, certain parties and elements spoke light of the action.

The Lok Sabha elections are being held in four phases in Maharashtra, with the first seven seats in Vidarbha going to polls on 11 April.

Pakistani Foreign Minister Shah Mahmood Qureshi warned on Sunday that Islamabad had "reliable intelligence" that India would attack again this month.

Khan said that it was vital for Pakistan to have peace with its neighbours, Afghanistan, India and Iran, if it was to have the kind of economy needed to pull 100 million people out of poverty.

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