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400 paar: BJP’s list of claims on what it will do with such a number

Speaking at a rally in Jharkhand’s Ramgarh, Assam Chief Minister Himanta Biswa Sarma said Wednesday that the BJP’s 400-plus seats target in the coming Lok Sabha elections would pave the way for the merging of Pakistan Occupied Kashmir with India, and that the numbers were required to implement the Uniform Civil Code (UCC) across the country.

This is just the latest in the line of the BJP’s claims regarding what 400-plus seats for the NDA would ensure:

‘Preserving Constitution’

It was the BJP’s Uttar Kannada MP Anantkumar Hegde who set off the Constitution claims, counter-claims when, speaking at an event on March 10 in Siddapur, he said, “Constitution has to be amended as Congress people have fundamentally altered it by introducing some unnecessary things. Especially laws that subjugate the Hindu community. If all this has to change, it cannot be done without a two-third majority,” he said, going on to explain the numbers required to amend the preamble of the Constitution.

“Modi said — Ab ki baar 400 paar (This time it will be above 400 seats) — Why above 400?…We have two-third majority in Lok Sabha, (but) in Rajya Sabha we don’t have two-third majority. We have a small majority. In state governments, we don’t have an adequate majority,” Hegde said.

He said NDA winning more than 400 seats in the upcoming Lok Sabha polls would eventually help in mustering a similar majority in the Rajya Sabha, and coming to power in two-thirds of the states.

Distancing itself from the MP’s remarks, the Karnataka BJP said these were his personal views and do not reflect the party’s stance. It said the BJP “reaffirms our unwavering commitment to uphold the nation’s Constitution and will ask for an explanation from Shri Hegde regarding his

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