BJP news: After Kashmir, Ayodhya, Modi's next target ?

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BJP news: So far, two dates have been recorded with great importance in Modi-2.0. These dates are August 5 and November 9.

On August 5, the Indian government decided to divide Jammu and Kashmir into two parts. At the same time, the major provisions of Article 370, which gave special status to Jammu and Kashmir, were also invalidated.
Then on November 9, the Supreme Court pronounced its verdict on the Babri Masjid-Ram Temple controversy, one of the most controversial cases in the history of the old and the Indian. The Supreme Court, in its judgment, said that the disputed land should be given to the Hindu side.
With the Supreme Court's decision, the way to build the Ram temple in Ayodhya was cleared.
There is a stir in the political circles which is now a new target in the Modi government's agenda. Now she can legislate to fulfill her big election promise.
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What new goal?

Many political analysts say that in the next agenda of the Modi government, there will be a bill associated with the same civil code.
In addition, implementing the NRC and creating citizenship laws across the country are also among the major agendas of the BJP government.
Senior journalist Pradeep Singh, who has a close eye on BJP politics, says that the three major agendas of the BJP were Ayodhya, Article 370 and similar civil code. Work on two of them is almost done and now she will start her work on the Civil Code.
But Pradeep Singh believes that even before the same civil code, the government will want to work on the NRC and the citizenship bill.
"The government can introduce NRC and citizenship bills in the upcoming winter session as the government has already done enough work on this issue and the party is very serious on both these issues," he says.
Pradeep Singh points out that after this, the Modi government is also serious about the same civil code but for this, they have to get public consent.