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Wow sir! The memory of partition came as soon as the UP elections came… Congress’s counterattack on the announcement of Modi government

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Prime Minister Narendra Modi has announced to celebrate 14 August as Partition Vibhishika Memorial Day. However, the Congress did not like this announcement of the Modi government. Congress spokesperson Randeep Singh Surjewala has called it a BJP tactic before the Uttar Pradesh elections. It has also been said that he (PM Modi) cannot trick the country.

Surjewala tweeted and said, ‘The pole of divisive deceit has been exposed, now we cannot trick the country. Congratulations to Pakistan on 22 March, remember 22 March is the day when the Muslim League (March 22, 1940) passed the partition resolution. Congratulations to Pakistan on 14th August also. The memory of Partition came as soon as the UP elections came. Wow sir!’

August 14 will be celebrated as Partition Horror Memorial Day: Modi

Remembering the partition of the country just before the Independence Day, Prime Minister Narendra Modi has announced to celebrate 14 August as Partition Vibhishika Memorial Day. On Saturday, the Prime Minister tweeted that the pain of partition of the country can never be forgotten. This day will not only inspire to eliminate the poison of discrimination, animosity and malice, but it will also strengthen unity, social harmony and human sensibilities.

The Prime Minister has said in two consecutive tweets that the pain of partition of the country can never be forgotten. Due to hatred and violence, lakhs of our sisters and brothers had to be displaced and even lost their lives. In memory of the struggle and sacrifice of those people, it has been decided to celebrate 14 August as Partition Vibhishika Memorial Day. Modi has said that this day of Partition Vibhishika Memorial Day will not only inspire us to eliminate the poison of discrimination, animosity and ill-will, but it will also strengthen unity, social harmony and human sensibilities.

Hours after Prime Minister Narendra Modi made the announcement, the Union Home Ministry notified August 14 as Partition Vibhishika Memorial Day. The Ministry of Home Affairs on Saturday issued a notification announcing that August 14 will be observed as Partition Vibhishika Memorial Day in remembrance and honor of those who sacrificed their lives during the partition of the country. It said that the people of India, celebrating the Amrit Mahotsav of Independence, would salute the sons and daughters of the country who had sacrificed their lives during the partition of India. This day will remind the present and future generations of Indians of the pain and suffering of the people of India during Partition.

Tamata leaders including Shah, Nadda, Rajnath welcomed

Various ministers of the government including BJP President JP Nadda, Home Minister Amit Shah, Defense Minister Rajnath Singh and prominent BJP leaders have welcomed this announcement of the Prime Minister. Calling it a historic decision, Nadda has said that the circumstances arising out of Partition gave an opportunity to the politics of appeasement and negative forces to dominate. We must learn from history to ensure that this mistake is never repeated. Because those who do not learn from history have been forced to suffer time and again.

Home Minister Amit Shah has welcomed Prime Minister Modi’s decision to observe 14 August as Partition Vibhishika Memorial Day. Shah has tweeted that the wound of the country’s partition and the grief of losing loved ones cannot be described in words. He is confident that Partition Vibhishika Memorial Day will end the ill-will of discrimination and hatred from the society and strengthen peace, love and unity. Defense Minister Rajnath Singh tweeted that Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s decision to celebrate August 14 as Partition Horror Memorial Day in memory of the brothers and sisters who were victims of violence, oppression and displacement after the partition of the country in 1947. indicative of sensitivity.

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