NEW DELHI - Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Thursday claimed that "now, wherever Pakistan goes, you hear its cries that Modi is hitting them." He added that Congress is facing an existential crisis and is trying to divide the society.
hit out at the Congress for questioning the airstrikes by the Indian Air Force in Balakot. Lashing out at the party, he said that the Congress is not ready to accept surgical strike and Balakot air strike as a victory.
"Congress and its allies think about self and not national interest," Modi alleged while addressing an election rally in Bagalkot in Karnataka.
He also alleged that after the Mumbai attacks, Congress-led government at the centre did not take any effective action and instead "went crying around".
The PM also trained guns at the Janata Dal Secular-Congress government in Karnataka calling it 'helpless'. "You want to see a strong government, look at the Central government. If you want to see a helpless government, look at Karnataka,: he said.