Country Proud About Surgical Strikes But Congress Wants Proof: PM Modi

Bhilwara, Rajasthan: 

Prime Minister Narendra Modi launched a frontal attack on the Congress party and its chief Rahul Gandhi, at an election rally in Rajasthan’s Bhilwara on Monday. On the 10th anniversary of the 26/11 Mumbai terror attacks, which killed 166 people, PM Modi claimed that the Congress party leading the coalition in power in 2008 was “giving lessons in patriotism”, but questioned his government when the surgical strikes were carried out.

“When the Army carried out the surgical strike going into the enemy territory, the whole country felt proud but the Congress raised questions on it and demanded video proof,” said PM Modi. “Will commandos carry cameras to provide proof,” he asked.

Hitting out at the Congress chief, the Prime Minister asked the crowd at the rally if they have ever seen him taking a holiday. “Did you ever hear that I took a holiday? Did you ever hear I went somewhere for leisure or was missing for a week? I give an account of each and every decision I take and the work that I do,” the Prime Minister said.

Taking on the Congress on the ‘urban Naxal’ row, PM Modi said, the party calls the Naxals “revolutionaries.” He questioned how the party can support people who kill our security forces and “issue them certificates.” 

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