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PM Modi on ‘Muslim League’ tag at Congress: Watch the big interview now at 9 pm on Times

New Delhi: Prime Minister Narendra Modi took time out of his hectic election campaign for an exclusive interview with Times Group Editor-in-Chief Navika Kumar, in which he spoke on a range of topical issues.

The interview will air today at 9 pm exclusively on Times Now, India’s number one English news channel.

During the wide-ranging interview, Prime Minister Modi spoke about important issues in these elections, ranging from the reservation policy to the ‘Muslim League’ tag on the Congress. He also discussed pressing issues that emerged during the ongoing Lok Sabha elections, economic challenges, inflation, securing a record third victory for his party, and his agenda for the first 100 days if he returns to power.

During the 80-minute interview, Prime Minister Modi also shared his insights and perspectives on topics such as relations with Pakistan, the Uniform Civil Code and ensuring women’s safety.

Prime Minister Modi also shared personal anecdotes during the interview with Group Editor-in-Chief Navika Kumar, during which the 73-year-old got emotional twice – on the seat in Varanasi and on his mother.

Lok Sabha elections 2024 And Prime Minister Modi’s campaign so far

Prime Minister Modi has covered vast territory from Jammu in the north to Thiruvananthapuram in the south in his relentless efforts to secure a resounding victory, epitomized by the slogan ‘Abki Baar 400 Paar’, which marks a triumph with 400 seats for has eyes.

In his election campaigns, he raised controversial issues, sparking intense debates between the ruling party and the opposition. Discussions revolve around topics such as Muslim reservations, wealth redistribution, inheritance taxes and women’s safety.

The Prime Minister said the opposition’s manifesto reflects the thinking of the Muslim League. He also claimed that the INDIA bloc is concerned about the people’s property.

Amid the political heat, a recent sex tape scandal involving a prominent JDS leader, a key BJP ally in Karnataka, has further pushed the BJP into the background. With HD Revanna in custody and his son Prajwal Revanna evading authorities in Germany, the situation in the state remains volatile.

Prime Minister Modi’s impassioned speeches on these issues have provoked strong reactions from the opposition, prompting numerous complaints and calls for action.

Nevertheless, Prime Minister Modi, undeterred by the challenges, remains focused on his vision for ‘New India’, which resonates with the BJP philosophy of ‘Sab Ka Saath, Sab Ka Vikas’. He aims to elevate India to the status of the third most developed country during his third term and aims to send an Indian astronaut to the moon by 2040.