Asking for proof of IAF surgical strike is demoralising Indian Military and benefiting Pakistan, claims PM Modi
PATNA - Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Sunday kick-started National Democratic Alliance's campaign for the Lok Sabha election in Bihar, addressing a 'Sankalp rally' in the state capital.
Hitting out at the Congress for raising questions on the IAF airstrikes on terror camps in Balakot, PM Modi said, "Now they have even started asking for proof of the airstrikes.
Why are Congress and its allies demoralizing our forces? Why are they giving statements which are benefiting our enemies?"
The Prime Minister started off his speech by paying tribute to the Pulawama martyrs. "I salute the martyrs of Pulwama, the whole nation is standing with the families of the jawans," adding "This is New India which doesn't remain silent on killings of its jawans." link [image: View image on Twitter] link: View image on Twitter] link
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"These days competition is underway to abuse the 'Chowkidaar', but you be assured, this 'Chowkidaar' of yours is as alert as ever," PM Modi took a jibe at the opposition at mega NDA rally.
He added, "People of Bihar are very much aware of what all happened in the name of fodder. Only we have dared to end the culture of corruption and middlemen which had been a normal practice in the country for decades."