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PM Modi slams people indulging in anti-India propaganda, says their statements help Hafiz Saeed, Masood Azhar

Modi slammed the group of people who have been speaking not only against the country but also against the army and questioned them whether they trust the army or not.

Prime Minister Narendra Modi on 2nd March 2019 delivered a keynote address at the India Today Conclave. He spoke about a number of issues including the ongoing conflict between India and Pakistan. Speaking about the foreign policy of India, Modi said that in the beginning of his tenure as Prime Minister people were suspicious that having worked within a State only, whether he would be able to deliver in areas like foreign policy but people must have observed the impact of the foreign policy of the country over the last few days.

PM Modi said that this is new India and today blood of every single soldier is priceless to us.

Targeting the people who have been speaking against India, Modi said that the unity of countrymen has scared such anti-India people both inside and outside the country. “Ye dar achha hai (this fear is good)”, Modi said.

“When terrorists fear the bravery of our soldiers then the fear is good”, said PM.

Modi slammed the group of people who have been speaking not only against the country but also against the army and questioned them whether they trust the army or not. He warned such people not to oppose the country while opposing him.

The Prime Minister said that the anti-India propaganda carried out by such people helps terrorists like Hafiz Saeed and Masood Azhar.

Taking a dig at the opposition for creating fake propaganda around the Rafale deal, Modi said that the country has felt the need of Rafale fighter jets today. He said that politics done by the previous government and now opposition on the Rafale deal has caused serious loss to the country.

Speaking about the development that took place under his government, PM Modi said that India is now the fastest growing economy. He listed various development projects started by the BJP government including housing for all, sanitation etc.

He also mentioned the mobile manufacturing units set up in the country and the increased Foreign Direct Investment (FDI) flowing in the country.

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