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5 Must Reads: Congress accuses Narendra Modi of Hawala links, Modi's responds to Farooq Abdullah's secession threats and more

Monday, 28 April 2014 - 5:05pm IST | Agency: dna webdesk

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#1 Now, Congress alleges Narendra Modi of having links with Hawala traders
Following BJP's most recent accussation over the Robert Vadra land deals, Congress now hits back questioning Narendra Modi's links with Hawala trader Afroz Patta and Bablu Srivastava. In pamphlet and CDs distributed by the party, Modi is seen with individuals alleged to be hawala operators.

#2 Narendra Modi hits back at Farooq Abdullah over Kashmir's secularism policy
Narendra Modi today hit back at Farooq Abdullah for his remark that those voting for the BJP Prime Ministerial candidate should drown in sea, saying the biggest blow to secularism in India was delivered in Kashmir from where Kashmiri Pandits were forced out due to their religion.

#3 Calling Narendra Modi 'Butcher of Gujarat' does not cleanse Mamata Banerjee's political sins
Mamata Banerjee's Trinamool Congress took a dig at Bharatiya Janata Party's Prime Ministerial candidate Narendra Modi and called him the 'butcher of Gujarat' which generated flak in the political circles. BJP's spokesperson Nirmala Sitharaman came forward and criticised Mamata's comments calling them 'demeaning' to Gujarat

#4 Twitter users questions Farooq Abdullah's Kashmir 'Secession' politics to target Narendra Modi
National Conference (NC) patron and Srinagar Lok Sabha candidate Farooq Abdullah said on Sunday that Jammu & Kashmir would not remain a part of India if the country becomes communal, while asking those who vote for Narendra Modi to "drown themselves"

#5 Did Paresh Rawal just call Narendra Modi a dictator?
Actor-turned-politician Paresh Rawal has turned heads with his most recent statement endorsing “benevolent” dictatorship as viable form of government.

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