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Navjot Sidhu criticises PM Modi for running away from promises

Narsinghpur (MP), April 29, 2019 –

Punjab minister Navjot Singh Sidhu on Monday launched into a tirade against Prime Minister Narendra Modi saying if he became the Prime Minister again then India would be destroyed.

“There is no employment, youth and farmers have lost the ground and if Modi becomes the Prime Minister again then ‘Hindustan’ will be destroyed,” said the cricketer-turned-politician while addressing a poll gathering in the Hoshangabad parliamentary constituency.

“There are three Modis in the country. Out of them Nirav Modi and Lalit Modi have absconded, and the third Modi is running away from his promises,” he said.

Praising the NYAY scheme of the Congress, Sidhu said: “Poor families will get Rs 72,000 per annum under the scheme, while the BJP policies have worsened their condition.”

Hoshangabad will go to the polls on May 6 in the fifth phase of the seven-phased Lok Sabha election.   (Agency)

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