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The pain of losing his father when Modi is gone; Former Vice Chancellor of Calicut University


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  • Losing Modi is like losing your father
  • I will always pray for Modi
  • Abdul Salam says he can rule with the support of minorities

Kochi: Former Vice Chancellor of Calicut University and National Vice President of Minority Morcha M Abdul Salam has said that he prays for Prime Minister Narendra Modi every day. He said that losing Modi would be like losing a father. His response was at the Minority Morcha event.

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The US and China, which are shaking the world, did not touch India because they were shaking their knees when they saw Modi. Kerala can only be ruled by the support of the minorities. He said that minorities should be brought together and their fears and anxieties should be allayed.

We pray that we will always have Modi’s wisdom, dedication and vision. I am proud to say that I come from Modi’s homeland wherever I go in the world. Abdul Salam said his qualities were leadership skills, operational skills and political strategy, Reporter Live reported.

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He also said that there is no permanent enemy or ally in politics. Abdul Salam is the Vice Chancellor of Calicut University as a UDF nominee. He later joined the BJP.

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