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Ganesh Naik dares no one to play religious divide and rule in Navi Mumbai

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Speaking to members of the Muslim and other communities who joined the Roze-e-Iftaar at Nerul, Ganesh Naik said that living without fear is the right and need of citizens of the nation.

Ganesh Naik hit out indirectly at saffron alliance and said that the country is being divided in the name of religion, caste and creed.

Terming the exit polls as a drive of “godi” media, he said that it was misleading exercise to influence share market and influence small regional parties in favour of BJP. For those who still don’t know, Godi media is a term coined for “Modi Media” since it reports in favour of PM Modi and the government.

Ganesh Naik added that no matter what happens, in the battle, truth triumphs evil always.

He went on to warn those playing divide and rule politics to stay clear of Navi Mumbai as he won’t allow any force to corner the weak in Navi Mumbai.

Ganesh Naik added that every individual has right to practice their faiths and those who try to stop them, aren’t true followers of any religion.

Speaking to the media in context to the exit polls predicting a defeat for the NCP candidates Anand Paranjpe and Babaji Patil in Thane and Kalyan, Ganesh Naik said that he always termed the battle for them as a race between the tortoise and hare.

He added that he personally believes that the BJP will be the single largest party but the Prime Minister of the nation will be from a third front that will be led by UPA.

No leader of the opposition from Congress or NCP wants to believe the exit polls that have given a stunning majority to the PM Modi’s leadership and indicates towards “Phir Ek Baar Modi Sarkar”. It is just a couple of hours, before the world will know who has won India in Lok Sabha elections 2019. Zeba Warsia – NMTV News.

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