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India saying ‘Modi tera…’ PM reacts to ‘kabar khudegi’ slogan in Meghalaya

Prime Minister Narendra Modi slammed Congress on Friday for its “offensive ideas and language,” stating that the nation will respond appropriately. Prime Minister Narendra Modi, speaking at an election-bound rally in Meghalaya, stated that he can see BJP’s presence throughout the state and that people are chanting “Modi Tera Kamal Khilega” (Modi, your lotus will bloom) while those rejected by the country are now chanting “Modi Teri Kabar Khudegi” (Modi, your grave would be dug).

The term “ecosystem” refers to a group of people who operate in the construction industry.

Deccan Era  was unable to independently verify the video’s veracity.

In response to the purported slogan, Modi stated that the government would provide a “appropriate response” to those with objectionable ideas and speech.

“I see BJP everywhere in Meghalaya. Whether in a country or a town, on hills or plains, I can observe the lotus in full bloom. Those who have been rejected by the country and whom the country is no longer willing to embrace are currently yelling “Modi, your news is coming” But the country is saying, “Modi, your reputation is at stake.” “PM Modi remarked this while speaking at an election rally on Friday.

PM Modi continued, “The citizens of the nation will respond appropriately to those who have such offensive ideas and words. The people of Meghalaya and Nagaland will also provide a reply.”

In addition, the prime minister stated that Meghalaya requires a “People first” government rather than a “family first” government.

“Now, Meghalaya wants a government that prioritises the people over the family, hence the lotus blossom has become synonymous with the state’s power, peace, and stability. When I think of Meghalaya, I think of talented people, and thriving traditions. I am here with a message of hope and growth. Meghalaya is making a significant contribution to India’s ascent to new heights of prosperity. We intend to develop it further and serve the state “PM Modi stated.

Meghalaya and Nagaland will both hold elections for the Assembly on February 27. On March 2, the votes will be counted.

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