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Lok Sabha Elections 2024: BJP needs 400+ seats to build temples in Mathura, Varanasi, says Assam CM Himanta Biswa Sarma

The Bharatiya Janata Party () government will built temples at Krishna Janmabhoomi site in Mathura and Gyanvapi mosque area in Varanasi, if it comes to power with 400 seats, along with its allies, in the ongoing elections, Assam chief minister has said.  

"Would you ask Sachin Tendulkar why he scored double and triple centuries? When we had 300 seats, built Ram Mandir. Now, if we get 400 seats, Mathura will see the realisation of Krishna Janmabhoomi. We shall replace the Gyanvapi Masjid in Varanasi with a grand temple dedicated to Baba Vishwanath. We will also be able to clean up the mess spread by the Mughals," the Assam chief minister said while addressing a public meeting in New Delhi on Tuesday. 

Biswa was in the national capital to campaign for BJP's East Delhi candidate Harsh Malhotra on Tuesday.

Biswa also said that Pakistan-Occupied Jammu and Kashmir (PoJK) will be included in India under the leadership of Narendra Modi in his predicted third term as the Prime Minister.

"We were told during the Congress's regime that Kashmir is part of both India and Pakistan... If Modiji gets 400 seats, we will bring the PoK to India. If I continue with the list of our plans with 400 seats, Congress will reach the ICU," he said. 

The BJP-led National Democratic Alliance (NDA), seeking a record third term under Prime Minister Narendra Modi, has set a target of winning 400 seats this election. The ruling alliance is challenged by the opposition parties led by the Congress under the banner of the INDIA bloc.

With four phases over, the seven-phase Lok Sabha election will complete with the last phase on June 1. The results will be declared on June 4. 

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