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PM Modi alleges PFI becoming a lifeline for Cong

PM Modi alleges PFI becoming a lifeline for Cong

Ballari, April 28 (UNI) Prime Minister Narendra Modi delivered a blistering critique of the Congress party during a recent address, suggesting that the banned Popular Front of India (PFI) has become a lifeline for the opposition.
Modi's remarks shed light on what he perceives as an unfortunate development in the political landscape, where the PFI, despite being outlawed by the government, has seemingly become indispensable to the Congress.
He implied that this situation reflects the opposition's skewed priorities, emphasizing their focus on political advantage over national security concerns.
"Who doesn't know about the intentions and targets of PFI? Everyone knows. We banned the PFI. But see, on the other hand, that very PFI has become a 'lifeline' for Congress. It's unfortunate that Congress, just for political gains, has become sympathetic towards the PFI," he said on Sunday.
Furthermore, PM Modi asserted that as India progresses, certain countries and organizations are becoming upset, suggesting that they seek to undermine India's strength and stability. He positioned his government as a stalwart against such threats, highlighting its resolve and dedication to the nation's welfare.
Turning his attention to Karnataka, Modi criticised the Congress for allegedly working against the state's development initiatives. He accused the opposition party of obstructing the BJP's efforts to sow the seeds of progress in the region.
PM Modi underscored the significant investments made by his government in Karnataka's infrastructure and connectivity, laying a strong foundation for growth in the area known as Kalyana-Karnataka.
Amidst the political discourse, Modi expressed gratitude for the unwavering support and love he receives from the people. He remarked that their affection surpasses any position or prestige, affirming his commitment to serving the nation's interests till his last breath.
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