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Cong ayed Women’s Bill due to fear: Modi


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Bilaspur (Chhattisgarh): In a blitzkrieg against the “haughty combine” that goes by the name Indian National Developmental Inclusive Alliance, Prime Minister Narendra Modi alleged on Saturday that its constituents grudgingly ayed the Women’s Reservation Bill because they were “filled with trepidation” regarding the unity and awareness of Bharat’s mothers and sisters.

Addressing the BJP’s Parivartan Mahasankalp Rally in this district headquarters of election-bound Chhattisgarh, the visiting dignitary said, “The populace – especially sisters and mothers – need to be wary as the Congress and its cronies have lost their sleep over my achievement that signifies the crossing of an extremely-arduous milestone after a pendency of three long decades primarily owing to drama by certain parties.”

The Congress would now play fresh games, the Prime Minister warned, adding that it is attempting to divide “my sisters” along caste lines, putting forward various arguments and disseminating falsehood.

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