India will not allow water to flow to Pakistan: Modi

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Charki Dadri - He slammed Congress leaders for spreading lies over Article 370.


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Published: Tue 15 Oct 2019, 1:47 PM

Last updated: Tue 15 Oct 2019, 3:50 PM

Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Tuesday said India would not allow its water to flow to Pakistan.

"For 70 years, the water which belongs to India and the farmers of Haryana flowed to Pakistan. Modi will stop this water (from flowing into Pakistan) and bring to your houses," the Prime Minister said in an election meeting, the second in two days, here.

He said the farmers of Haryana and Rajasthan have the rights over the water that is flowing to Pakistan and was not being stopped by earlier Indian governments.

"Modi aapki ladai ladega (Modi will fight your battle)," he assured the people at the rally.

The Prime Minister said that Chinese President Xi Jinping during their informal summit in Mahabalipuram, Tamil Nadu, the latter told him that he had watched the Aamir Khan-starrer "Dangal" "which showcased excellent performance of daughters of India".

"During my recent informal summit with Chinese President Xi Jinping, he said to me that he had seen 'Dangal' which showcased excellent performance of daughters of India. I felt really proud of Haryana on hearing this," he added.

Two-time Commonwealth Games gold medalist Babita Phogat, daughter of wrestling coach and Droncharaya award winner Mahavir Singh Phogat whose character was portrayed by Aamir in the blockbuster movie, is contesting the October 21 Assembly polls from Dadri.

He slammed Congress leaders for spreading lies over Article 370.

"At a time when the country is hailing the decision to abrogate Article 370 from Jammu and Kashmir, a few Congress leaders were spreading lies in the country and the world about it."

Modi dared the Congress by saying: "If you have guts, then say we will bring Article 370 (if we are voted to power)."

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