Kurukshetra: Addressing rallies in Haryana, PM Modi tore into the Opposition on Wednesday. In Kurukshetra, he recalled Balakot air strikes and mentioned how Pakistan had to release captured IAF personnel Wing Commander Abhinandan Varthaman.
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He said, “When India entered Pakistan and killed terrorists, one of our brave sons was captured by Pakistan, they had to release him within 48 hours, they came to see him off at Wagah border.”
Taking a jibe at Congress President who had said recently that no matter how much hatred the PM had for him, on his part, he only had love for the leader, the PM said, “Mujhe gali dete hue in logon ne kitni baar maryada taar-taar ki hai, inki prem wali dictionary se pata chalta hai. Mujhe stupid PM kaha gaya, jawanon ke khoon ka dalal kaha gaya. Inke prem ki dictionary se mere liye Gaddafi, Mussolini aur Hitler jaise shabd nikle (It is quite clear from their ‘love dictionary’ how much they have attacked my dignity by calling me names. They called me a stupid PM, one who has been a pimp of the jawan’s blood. The words which have come out of their ‘love dictionary’ for me were Gaddafi, Mussolini and Hitler).”
Earlier, addressing a rally in Fatehabad, PM Modi had said that there had a been a sea change in the how the attitude of even terrorists have changed. He said, “The terrorists who used to scare us now sit in fear.”
He had said the mahamilawat’s attempts at forming a government had failed. He added, “Your chowkidar had promised the Sikh community that 1984 riots culprits will be punished. I am glad that the process of them being sentenced to death or life imprisonment has started.”
In contrast, he said, “this shameless Congress is rewarding those who were a part of the crime. By making a person who is said to be involved in 1984 Anti-Sikh riots the Chief Minister of Madhya Pradesh, Congress has proved that it doesn’t care about your sentiments.”