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Cross-Border Infiltration: A Bomb to Every Pakistani Bullet Only Solution, Says BJP Chief Amit Shah
New Delhi, March 25: A bomb to every bullet coming from Pakistan is the only solution to cross-border terrorism and infiltration, said Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) president Amit Shah on Saturday. Whi
New Delhi, March 25: A bomb to every bullet coming from Pakistan is the only solution to cross-border terrorism and infiltration, said Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) president Amit Shah on Saturday. While talking to India Today Shah asserted,”India’s armed forces will respond with a bomb to every Pakistani bullet. This is the only solution. We can’t have peace talks amid bullets and bombs.”
The BJP chief was responding to a question that why despite the surgical strikes, the situation along the Line of Control has not changed with Pakistan still infiltrating terrorists into India.
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On being asked about upcoming Assembly and Lok Sabha elections, Shah said that the BJP will win with a massive majority under the leadership of Prime Minister Narendra Modi.
“We have formed a committee to look into the reason for the losses and will deliberate on its report. Bypolls are fought with local issues in mind. Every local poll has different dynamics. But in general elections, big leaders and issues are involved. In 2019, the BJP and the National Democratic Alliance (NDA) will get more seats,” the ruling party’s chief claimed.
Showering praise on the Prime Minister, Shah said, “The way Narendra Modi has run the government for four years, every state feels that India is going ahead. He is one of the most popular leaders in the world.”
The BJP chief also took a dig at Congress president Rahul Gandhi over his frequent temples churches and mosques in Karnataka saying,” He went to temples in Gujarat and Himachal too. But what happened? After 1967, the Congress has never won more than 50 per cent of votes.”