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After 26/11 Congress was focused more on linking the attack with Hindus than punishing Pakistan: PM Modi

Earlier, speaking to Times Now, PM Modi had termed the decision to field Sadhvi Pragya as MP candidate from Bhopal as a symbolic reply to the peddlers of 'Hindu terror' propaganda.

Prime Minister Modi while speaking at a rally in Araria, Bihar, lashed out at the Congress Party today for concocting the ‘Hindu terror’ theory instead of taking action against terrorists.

Accusing the Congress Party of doing vote bank politics, the Prime Minister said that after the 26/11 terror attacks, the Congress government did not allow the Indian Army to take action against Pakistan. “Remember what the Congress government and its allies did after the 26/11 attack in Mumbai? Indian Armed forces had sought the permission to take revenge by attacking Pakistan but the government did not grant the permission for the sake of vote bank politics”, he said.

PM Modi said that everyone knew that the terrorists were Pakistani and yet the Congress government was focused on conspiring to link the terror attack with Hindus instead of punishing Pakistan.

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Recently speaking on Times Now, PM Modi termed the fielding of Sadhvi Pragya from Bhopal Lok Sabha constituency against Congress leader Digvijay Singh, as a reply to the those who tried to malign the Hindu civilisation by linking it with terrorism.

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