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Congress fed Biryani to terrorists, Modi government fed them bullets and bombs: Yogi Adityanath

Yogi criticised Congress politician Sam Pitroda and called him a shame for seeking the proof of death toll in the Balakot air strikes.

Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath while speaking at the Vijay Sankalp Sabha of the BJP in Saharanpur today, launched a scathing attack on Congress Party. Slamming the Congress Party for their lenient approach on terrorism, Yogi said that the Modi government is dealing terrorism with an iron fist and is feeding terrorists bombs and bullets, unlike Congress which fed them Biryani.

“During opposition’s time, terrorists would be fed biryani. We feed terrorists bullets and bombs,” said Yogi. The Uttar Pradesh CM said that Azhar Masood, the Chief of Pakistan based terrorist organisation Jaish-e-Mohammad which had claimed the responsibility of the Pulwama terror attack, will face the same consequences as Osama Bin Laden. “You must have heard Osama Bin Laden’s name. He was killed brutally. One day, Azhar Masood will be killed in a similar fashion. You don’t worry,” roared Yodi. Yogi visited the Shakumbhari Devi temple in Saharanpur before addressing the rally.

Without taking any names, Yogi hit out the Congress candidate from Saharanpur, Imran Masood who had threatened to chop off PM Modi during the 2014 Lok Sabha elections. Calling Imran Masood son-in-law of Masood Azhar, Yogi asked people to decide whether someone who speaks the language of Masood Azhar should be allowed to win.

Yogi criticised Congress politician Sam Pitroda and called him a shame for seeking the proof of death toll in the Balakot air strikes. “There is a mahaguru in Congress. A mahaguru for generations. His name is Sam. But he has become ‘shame’ for the country. He questions the bravery of forces,” said Yogi.

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