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Pakistan is harming itself by fighting against India: PM Modi

Pakistan is harming itself by fighting against India: PM Modi : Prime Minister “Narendra Modi” on Friday spoke at a demonstration in Bathinda that elections didn’t mean to him and that he was more alert for farmers well-being and also as the Punjab Assembly polls draw coming.

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According to the source report’s, Where the Prime Minister announced, elections do not mean and I am more alert about the benefit of the farmers. His comments come at a moment when his determination to demonetise the Rs 500 and Rs 1000 notes are staying reported by some as a politically profitable move, first of key polls in three phases, Which is Uttar Pradesh and Punjab and last one is Gujarat.
Also, Prime Minister Modi today announced exploitation and black money had robbed the average class and denied the poor of their rights, and were hurting the country like termites.

He responded that, thanks to people in general for remaining by him regardless of being hindered by his administration’s shock move. I miss the mark regarding words in passing on my gratitude to individuals as they remained with me notwithstanding when they needed to face hardships.I am doing everything conceivable to guarantee the white collar class is not misused and the poor get their due.

PM Modi likewise urged his group of onlookers to utilize their cell phones to make installments. Your cell phone can be transformed into your bank and wallet. Today’s tech can help you utilize it for acquiring things, making installments, The PM today likewise raised the issue of water-sharing and the Indus Water Treaty, saying India’s ranchers had “right(s) over the water that moves through Indus.

He clarified that the legislature had shaped a team to see, what should be possible to make greatest utilization of water that streams to Pakistan under the Indus Water Treaty, and that he would stop “each drop” of Indus water from going to Pakistan, keeping it rather for Jammu and Kashmir, for Punjab and for India’s farmers.

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