Prime Minister Narendra Modi, during his visit to Bhopal, addressed Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) booth workers and expressed concern over the support for triple talaq, emphasizing the grave injustice it inflicts upon Muslim daughters. The address followed the inauguration of five Vande Bharat Express trains in Bhopal.
During his speech in Bhopal, PM Modi made several noteworthy statements:
- Triple Talaq and Injustice to Muslim Daughters:
PM Modi condemned those who support triple talaq, emphasizing that it leads to grave injustice against Muslim daughters.
- Incitement in the Name of Uniform Civil Code:
He urged the Muslims of India to be cautious about those who incite them for personal gains using the issue of a uniform civil code. PM Modi emphasized that the Indian Constitution advocates equal rights for all citizens.
- Opposition’s Role:
The Prime Minister criticized the opposition for blaming the ruling party while engaging in divisive politics, specifically targeting the Muslim community. He highlighted how the BJP has worked for the betterment of all sections of society, including nomadic tribes.
- BJP Workers and National Interest:
PM Modi hailed the BJP workers as strong soldiers, not only for the party but also for accomplishing the nation’s resolutions. He emphasized that the interest of the country should always supersede the party’s interest.
- Two Laws and Uniform Civil Code:
Expressing concern, PM Modi questioned the viability of running a country on two different sets of laws. He highlighted that the Indian Constitution calls for equal rights and mentioned the Supreme Court’s directive to implement a uniform civil code (UCC). He criticized the opposition for playing vote bank politics in the name of UCC.
- Plight of Pashmanda Muslims:
The Prime Minister acknowledged the difficulties faced by Pashmanda Muslims due to vote bank politics, stating that they are not treated equally and have been exploited within their own community.
Inauguration of Vande Bharat Express Trains
Earlier in the day, PM Modi flagged off five Vande Bharat Express trains from Bhopal’s Rani Kamalapati Railway Station. Two of these trains were destined for Madhya Pradesh, where assembly elections are scheduled for this year. The remaining three trains were launched for Maharashtra, Karnataka, and Bihar.
Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s address to BJP booth workers in Bhopal focused on the injustice faced by Muslim daughters due to triple talaq. He also highlighted the need for a uniform civil code and criticized the opposition for engaging in vote bank politics. The Prime Minister’s address followed the inauguration of multiple Vande Bharat Express trains, signifying the government’s commitment to improving rail connectivity.
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