‘Didn’t Act Against Pakistan After 26/11 Because…’: PM Modi’s Fresh Attack Against Congress


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Congress leaders used to sit with perpetrators of terrorism while country suffered terrorist attacks, PM Modi said. (ANI File)

Congress leaders used to sit with perpetrators of terrorism while country suffered terrorist attacks, PM Modi said. (ANI File)

The prime minister, while addressing a rally in Odisha’s Kandhamal, further said that the people of Jammu and Kashmir have struggled for decades because of Congress’ “weak mindset”

Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Saturday launched a scathing attack on Congress accusing the then ruling party of not taking any action after the attacks of 26/11 over fears that their vote bank will shift.

The prime minister, while addressing a rally in Odisha’s Kandhamal, further said that the people of Jammu and Kashmir have struggled for decades because of Congress’ “weak mindset”.

“India will never forget the times when the country used to suffer frequent terrorist attacks and the Congress leaders would sit with the perpetrators of terrorism,” he said.

PM Modi Reacts To Mani Shankar Aiyar’s ‘Respect Pakistan’ Remark

PM Modi further reacted to Congress leader Mani Shankar Aiyar’s “India should respect Pakistan because it has atom bomb” remark saying the grand old party tries to instil fear in their own countrymen.

“Time and again Congress try to scare its own country. They say ‘sambhal ke chalo Pakistan ke pass atom bomb hai. Ye mare pade log, desh ke man ko bhi maar rahe hain’. They talk about Pakistan’s bomb, but the condition of Pakistan is such that they don’t know how to keep it and they are looking for a buyer to sell their bombs but no one wants to buy them as people know about the quality,” he said.

The prime minister also said that Congress will be “limited below 50 seats”. “India has made up their mind that NDA will cross 400 (in Lok Sabha). The people of Congress must note that the country has now decided that on June 4 they won’t get the seats that are needed to be the opposition, they will be limited below 50 seats,” PM Modi added.

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