Don't Play Politics Over Unseasonal Rains, Storm: PM Modi To Parties

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“I’m requesting political events that on this hour of grief they need to not take pleasure in political oneupmanship. Elections come and go, we must always assist these in grief,” PM Modi mentioned

Prime Minister Narendra Modi Wednesday informed political events to not play politics over unseasonal rains and storm which have claimed round 50 lives in 4 states, together with Gujarat.

Instead, he mentioned, they need to prolong a serving to hand to these affected by rains, thunderstorm and lightning, which have additionally brought on harm to property and crops.

Prime Minister Narendra Modi Wednesday informed political events to not play politics over unseasonal rains and storm which have claimed round 50 lives in 4 states, together with Gujarat.

“The central authorities and state governments are working to supply aid to these affected by storm,” he mentioned.

“I’m requesting political events that on this hour of grief they need to not take pleasure in political oneupmanship. Elections come and go, we must always assist these in grief,” PM Modi mentioned, addressing an election rally in Sabarkantha district.

His assertion got here after Kamal Nath, Congress Chief Minister of Madhya Pradesh – one of many states hit by rains and thunderstorm – hit out at Modi for expressing concern over the lack of lives solely in his residence state of Gujarat.

Mr Nath’s swipe at PM Modi got here after the PM, in an early morning tweet, had expressed grief over the lack of lives in storm and unseasonal rains in Gujarat.

“But you have got confined your emotions to Gujarat solely. Though your party has no authorities right here folks reside right here additionally,” Mr Nath had mentioned in a tweet.

“Modiji, you’re the PM of the nation and never of Gujarat. In MP additionally, greater than 10 individuals had been killed due to unseasonal rains, storm and lightning.”

Nearly 50 folks had been killed as rains, coupled with thunderstorm and lightning, hit a number of components of Rajasthan, Madhya Pradesh, Gujarat and Maharashtra in a single day, officers mentioned at the moment.

Later, the Prime Minister”s Office (PMO), in a tweet, expressed grief over the deaths brought on by unseasonal rains and storms in all of the states.

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