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Congress fibbing about conducting surgical strike opposite LoC: PM Modi

Prime Minister Narendra Modi Friday challenged a Congress’ explain that it too had conducted surgical strikes opposite a Line of Control, accusing a celebration of revelation “lies”.

“Pehle upeksha, fir virodh, ab me too me too (They primarily deserted it, afterwards against and now observant ‘me too’ ),” Modi pronounced during an choosing convene here.

Modi’s acknowledgement came a day after a Congress came out with a list of 6 anti-terror surgical strikes carried out during UPA rule.

The UPA supervision carried out 6 surgical strikes — Bhattal zone in Poonch (June 19, 2008); Sharda sector, opposite Neelam River Valley, in Kel (August 30-September 1, 2011); Sawan Patra checkpost (January 6, 2013); Nazapir zone (July 27-28, 2013); Neelam Valley (August 6, 2013); and one on Dec 23, 2013, Congress orator Rajeev Shukla had pronounced in a press discussion on Thursday.

“They primarily mocked and deserted surgical strike though people had faith in me and they stood by me,” he said.

He slammed a Congress for revelation “lies” and pronounced a celebration does surgical strikes usually “on paper”.

A Congress personality had pronounced 4 months behind that 3 surgical strikes were conducted during Congress’ tenure and now another personality is observant 6 surgical strikes were carried out by a party, Modi said.

“The series increasing from 3 to 6 in 4 months. By a time elections are over, this series would boost to 600. What does it matter when a strike is on paper! Congress usually speaks lies,” he said.

Article source: https://www.business-standard.com/article/pti-stories/cong-speaking-lies-by-saying-it-also-conducted-surgical-strike-modi-119050300776_1.html


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