Modi Denies Mentioning Muslims in Speeches, Rejects Hindu-Muslim Tensions

Prime Minister Narendra Modi denied mentioning Muslims in a recent speech, despite video evidence to the contrary. While defending his remarks as addressing poverty, Modi vowed to avoid stoking Hindu-Muslim tensions, emphasizing the need to care for all children regardless of their religious background. However, during a rally in Rajasthan’s Banswara, he explicitly mentioned Hindus and Muslims, accusing the Congress of favoring Muslims for India’s wealth. Fact-checks debunked his claim, clarifying that the previous government’s focus was on uplifting minorities. Additionally, Modi alleged that Congress would seize women’s wealth, citing their “mangalsutra,” a Hindu marital symbol, further fueling controversy.

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