PM slams Congress over its Goa leader’s remark on Constitution, says it’s ploy to break country


SAKTI (CHHATTISGARH): Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Tuesday hit out at Congress over a remark by its Goa candidate that the Constitution was imposed on the coastal state, and said it was a “ploy” to break the country.

Speaking at an election rally in Chhattisgarh’s Sakti district, Modi said Congress, which ‘divides the country in the name of religion,’ has been indulging in appeasement since day one after independence.

“Congress is not able to digest the participation of Dalits, Adivasis and backward classes in power. Now the party has started a big game. Earlier a Congress MP from Karnataka said south India should be declared a separate country, now a Congress candidate from Goa said the Indian Constitution is not applicable in Goa,” he said.

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