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Prime Minister Narendra Modi said here on Wednesday that earlier when terrorists attacked, the weak government used to send dossiers, but the New India today gives a dose to terrorists. He said that the Tricolour was hoisted at the Lal Chowk with full glory after the abrogation of Article 370. Addressing a public rally in Sabarkantha’s Himatnagar, PM Modi said, “The Congress used to scare people that if the Ram Mandir is constructed, then there would be chaos in the country… There was no chaos in the country but there is chaos in the heart of the Congress.

“They said that if Article 370 is abrogated, then the country will break and there would be rivers of blood… But this is Modi. Now Article 370 is abrogated and the Tricolour is hoisted at the Lal Chowk with full glory,” PM Modi added. PM Modi also lashed out at the Congress for not pursuing terrorists when they were in power.

He also accused the Congress of vote bank politics by not stopping the practice of Triple Talaq. “Our Muslim sisters were the biggest victims of vote bank politics… You (Congress) did not provide security to the Muslim sisters even after Supreme Court’s verdict… The abolition of Triple Talaq provided security to families, not just the women… They (Congress) did not stop the practice of Triple Talaq for the vote bank… I did not worry about vote bank. I don’t work for winning the elections. I wanted to make the lives of Muslim women easier and we made Triple Talaq illegal…,” PM Modi added.

He also targeted Congress leader Rahul Gandhi. “The Shehzada (referring to Rahul Gandhi) of Congress gets a fever when I do all of this… He is saying that if Modi becomes PM for the third time, there would be fire in the country. The fact is, the dreams of the Congress have burnt and turned to ashes…,” PM Modi said. Polling for the first phase and the second phase was held on April 19 and April 26, respectively. The next round of voting will be held on May 7. The counting and results will be declared on June 4.