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Narendra Modi Said New Kashmir New Paradise

Narendra Modi Said New Kashmir New Paradise

Prime Minister Narendra Modi said his opinion on Jammu and Kashmir in a rally in Maharashtra. He launched state election in Maharashtra today and Narendra Modi said New Kashmir New paradise is raising after article 370 was thrashed.

PM Modi also spoke that by lifting the special status of Jammu and Kashmir and its bifurcation into two union territories as one of the key measures taken in the first 100 days of his second term as Prime minister.

“We promised the nation that we will make fresh efforts to solve the problems of Jammu and Kashmir and Ladakh. I’m satisfied today that the nation is moving towards it,” Modi said.

“We always knew and said “Kashmir humaara hai” (Kashmir is ours), but now, there will be a new slogan for every Indian… that “ab milkar ek naya Kashmir banana hai” (we must come together and build a new Kashmir… Phir ek baar, Kashmir ko swarg banana hai… (Once again, we must ensure Kashmir becomes heaven on Earth),” he said.

The end of special status will remove the obstacle implementing laws that are in place in the rest of India. Also, Open the route to bring central projects to help various sections of people in other parts of the country.

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