I Work for People, Not Hindus and Muslims: Narendra Modi on His Relationship with MuslimsApril 05, 2019 17:52
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Prime Minister Narendra Modi in many cases especially during his tenure as Chief Minister of Gujarat received criticism for alleged hostility towards the Muslim community. But, Modi on Thursday cleared it saying that his government worked for the development of people when he was the chief minister of Gujarat and not for Hindus and Muslims.
During an interview with ABP News, when PM Modi was asked about his relationship with Muslims, he replied that when he was the CM of Gujarat, he was questioned many times about what he had done for Muslims. The Prime further added that he always replied that his government did nothing for Muslims but also his government did nothing for Hindus too.
The Prime Minister also exuded the confidence of winning the Lok Sabha elections 2019. During the interview, he said that for the first time voters want strong government and wave for Bharatiya Janata Party, and its alliance is stronger than what was in 2014.
Speaking on economic offenders like Nirav Modi and Vijay Mallya, PM Modi assured that all those who fled the country would be brought back.
Speaking on demonetization, PM Modi said that that note ban was a step taken by huge courage which resulted in the betterment of country's economy in the long run. He also claimed that the move in tracking black money and undisclosed income.
When during the interview he was asked about proofs of airstrikes on Balakot, PM Modi said that that the biggest proof was given was Pakistan itself by tweeting about the attack.
In the meantime, the PM will hold election rallies in Uttar Pradesh and Uttarakhand ahead of the general elections scheduled to take place in seven phases from April 11 to May 19. The results will be declared on May 23.