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PM Modi says NDA govt believes in cooperative federalism

New Delhi: Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Tuesday said that his government believes in cooperative federalism and there is no question of discriminating against states where the saffron party is not in power.

'We believe in cooperative federalism. There is no question of discriminating against states where we are not in power. We are committed to the overall development of our country,' PM Modi said while addressing party workers at Hyderabad airport.

Modi said that the BJP has not got many opportunities to serve the government in the southern states of the nation, but the party workers are always working on the ground and stand with the people.

'We are proud of this family of BJP Karyakartas,' he said.

The prime minister said, 'This city is hosting a prestigious international summit where industry leaders from the world are joining today.'

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