PM jabs 'coward' Congress, says new India 'ghar mein ghus ke marta hai'

PM Modi, addressing a rally in Jharkhand, said the situation had changed under the BJP regime and Pakistan was now 'weeping and screaming' for help.
PM jabs 'coward' Congress, says new India 'ghar mein ghus ke marta hai'
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Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Saturday hit out at the Congress over national security, saying the party was "coward" as its government used to weep on global platforms after terrorist attacks. Addressing a rally in Jharkhand's Palamu, PM Modi said the situation had changed under the BJP regime and Pakistan was now "weeping and screaming" for help.

"Earlier, after terrorist attacks, Congress's coward government used to weep on the global platform. The time when India used to weep on the global platform has gone. Now, Pakistan is weeping and screaming for help," PM Modi said.

Referring to the previous UPA regime, PM Modi said earlier governments used to send "love letters to Pakistan" in the hope of peace, but the neighbouring country used to send more terrorists in response.

"Today's India doesn't give dossiers. This is New India, 'ghar mein ghus ke maarta hai'. There was a time when people from Jharkhand and Bihar who went to protect our nation were dying for the country on borders," he said.

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Taking a swipe at Rahul Gandhi, PM Modi said Pakistani leaders, shaken by surgical strikes, were praying for 'shahzada' to become the next Prime Minister. "However, strong India wants a strong government," he said.

PM Modi's attack on Rahul Gandhi comes days after a former minister in Imran Khan's Cabinet in Pakistan, Chaudhry Fawad Hussain, shared a video featuring the Congress leader on his social media handle and praised him.

Training his guns on the ruling alliance in Jharkhand, the Prime Minister said "corrupt" JMM and Congress leaders amassed huge wealth for their children.

"I don't own a home or even a bicycle... There is no blot of corruption on me in the past 25 years as chief minister and prime minister," he said.

PM Modi had also raised the national security pitch during his rally in Gujarat earlier this week.

Speaking in Sabarkantha, PM Modi said the BJP government had been consistently taking strong action against terrorism across the Pakistan border in comparison to "weak" governments in the past.

"Terrorists used to come to India and carry out attacks. The weak government at that time used to send dossiers. Today's New India does not send dossiers, it gives dose to terrorists," PM Modi said.

Source: India Today

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