PM to fast on Thursday to protest Parliament washout

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New Delhi: Prime Minister Narendra Modi will observe daylong fast on April 12 while continuing his routine official work “to expose the Congress for its undemocratic style of functioning, and pursuing divisive politics and anti-development agenda”, the BJP said on Tuesday.
Modi will be joined by BJP MPs who will also observe a daylong fast and hold dharnas across India, it added.
“Frustrated of being out of power and seeing its popularity dipping to lowest level, the Congress in a planned way is conspiring to spread fear in the society and trying to create an atmosphere of confusion in the country.
“By inciting hatred and creating rift in the society, the Congress party is disturbing peace and harmony of the country. The entire Budget Session of Parliament which was meant for discussion on important issues related to common man was disrupted by the Congress,” the BJP said in a statement.
To expose the Congress for its undemocratic style of functioning, and pursuing divisive politics and anti-development agenda, Prime Minister Narendra Modi will observe day-long fast on April 12 while continuing his routine official work, the BJP statement said
BJP president Amit Shah, who will be on his tour to Karnataka, will participate in a protest against the Congress in Hubli “to apprise the citizens of this conspiracy being hatched by the Opposition, particularly the Congress, to defame the NDA Government led by Narendra Modi.”

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