Election 2019

Congress built armed army when PM Modi didn’t know how to wear pants, says Kamal Nath

RATLAM (MADHYA PRADESH): The Congress celebration built a country’s armed army when Prime Minister Narendra Modi did not know how to wear pants, pronounced Chief Minister Kamal Nath here on Monday.

“Modi Ji talks about inhabitant security. we have usually one thing to contend to him that when we did not know how to wear pants, afterwards Pandit Jawaharlal Nehru and Indira Gandhi had built a country’s armed forces,” pronounced Nath, while addressing an choosing meeting.

“Many fearsome militant attacks have taken place underneath a BJP regime. When a Parliament was pounded in 2002 and Pulwama conflict this year, a BJP was in power,” he said.

Intensifying his conflict on a Prime Minister, Nath said: “I listened that PM Narendra Modi was here in Ratlam in a morning. He has been vocalization lies for 5 years. we have usually one thing to contend to him — You have 140 hours left. Narendra Modi pronounced he will strengthen genealogical people though where was he for a final 5 years.”

On a emanate of plantation loan waiver, Nath said: “PM Modi pronounced that loans of farmers were not waived off. We have waived off a loans of 21 lakh farmers. Once a Model Code of Conduct (MCC) is withdrawn, we will relinquish off a loan of each farmer.”

Madhya Pradesh has one proviso of polling left that will be hold for 8 parliamentary seats on May 19. The counting of votes will take place on May 23.

Article source: https://economictimes.indiatimes.com/news/elections/lok-sabha/india/congress-built-armed-forces-when-pm-modi-didnt-know-how-to-wear-pants-says-kamal-nath/articleshow/69313211.cms

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