PM Imran calls Israeli, Indian leaders out on 'moral bankruptcy'

PM Imran calls Israeli, Indian leaders out on 'moral bankruptcy'

PM Imran calls Israeli, Indian leaders out on 'moral bankruptcy'

Modi said the Bharatiya Janata Party's manifesto did not mention the Balakot air strike, but said the government carried it out when it was warranted, PTI reported.

"Nationalism is our inspiration, economic development of the poor and backward sections our philosophy, and good governance our mantra", Modi said after releasing the election manifesto at BJP headquarters in New Delhi, as supporters chanted "Modi, Modi".

A state BJP leader, requesting anonymity said Tuesday's public rally would go a long way in not only reviving the "warmth in the relationship but also build harmony and confidence among the BJP-Sena cadres".

The prime minister said that if the next Indian government were led by the opposition Congress party, it might be too scared to seek a settlement with Pakistan over Indian-occupied Kashmir, fearing a backlash from the right.

Mr Modi's actions have led some Hindu nationalists to consider supporting the INC's 25-year-old firebrand, Hardik Patel while many Muslims feel disillusioned that Mr Modi is not safeguarding their rights. He said that the coalition government in the state is stable and will remain so after the General Election.

The BJP pledged to simplify the goods and services tax, which disrupted businesses and hurt growth when Modi introduced it in 2017.

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Pet owners either release them on goal when they get too big, or by accident when hurricanes sweep through the state. State wildlife officials estimate there are as many as 100,000 pythons living in the vast swamps outside Miami.

The Hindu nationalist party said it will pass a controversial citizenship bill that would grant Indian nationality to Hindus from neighbouring countries.

Addressing the crowd in Latur, Modi hailed the BJP manifesto and said the party was committed to national security and farmers' welfare among others.

Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi's ruling alliance will win a thin majority in a general election that starts on Thursday, an average of four opinion polls showed, with a focus on national security appearing to trump concerns over jobs and farm prices. After Chitradurga, it will be Mysuru, which was won by the BJP in the 2014 Lok Sabha election.

Pre-election opinion polls in India, with thousands of respondents, have proved unreliable several times in the past in a vast country of about 1.3 billion people, of whom about 900 million are eligible to vote.

Voters will elect 543 of 545 MPs to India's lower house of parliament, the Lok Sabha.

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