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'PM Modi Has No Vision For Nation': Maulana Rashidi Hits Back After Attacks On I.N.D.I.A

Sajid Rashidi said that PM Narendra Modi has planted the seeds of religious conflict and predicted that this might lead to a civil war in the country. 

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Harsh Vardhan
Sanatan Dharma

PM Narendra Modi and Maulana Sajid Rashidi. (Image: PTI)

Maulana Sajid Rashidi, on Thursday, targeted PM Narendra Modi for his recent attack on the oppoaition bloc I.N.D.I.A. PM Modi termed the Opposition's I.N.D.I.A alliance as 'ghamandia' (arrogant) and also alleged that it wants to destroy Sanatan Dharma and push the country into 'a thousand years of slavery'. Maulana Sajid Rashidi said that PM Modi never had any vision for the country and he will never have any. In a video message, Rashidi said that PM Modi has planted the seeds of religious conflict and predicted that this might lead to a civil war in the country. 

This comes after PM Modi, who is in Madhya Pradesh's Sagar to lay foundation stones of projects worth over Rs 55,000 crore, said that the I.N.D.I.A has a hidden agenda of attacking and destroying the Sanatan Dharma. "The 'ghamandia' (I.N.D.I.A) alliance met in Mumbai recently. They neither have any policies or issues nor a leader. They have a hidden agenda of attacking Sanatan Dharma, which they want to destroy," PM Modi said.

He attacked the opposition bloc after numerous 'insults' hurled towards Hinduism by DMK and Congress leaders in the last few days.

Rashidi urges people not to vote for religion

"Modi Ji has a dream that he would win 2024 (elections) through religion and Sanatan. I appeal to all the Hindus and Muslims of this country, to pay attention to this (PM's statement) that where this nation is heading," Rashidi said. He also urged people not to vote in the Lok Sabha elections next year on the basis of religion.

"So vote only on the basis development, employment, inflation and who has the vision to take the country forward," Rashidi said.

While he requested the citizens to overlook religion during elections, Rashidi recently stoked multiple controversies for making religious comments. In December 2022, he faced ire for predicting that India will soon become a Muslim-majority country. In February this year, he came under fire again for saying that the invader Mahmud of Ghazni attacked the Somnath temple in Gujarat to stop the illegal activities happening inside the temple. 

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