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First they mocked, then protested and now they say ‘me too me too’: PM Modi on Congress’ Surgical Strike claim

PM Modi stated that the Congress government had conducted such 'surgical strikes' that neither the Pakistan government, terrorists nor anyone in India had a clue about their occurrence.

At his rally in Sikar, Rajasthan, Prime Minister Modi launched a scathing attack against the Congress party for its claim that it conducted Surgical Strikes during its rule as well. Narendra Modi said that the Congress party conducted such surgical strikes which no one had any clue about.

Modi said, “Congress now claims they carried out 6 surgical strikes. What strikes were these about which the terrorists did not get to know, Pakistan didn’t know, even Indians diknow.now. First, they mocked, then protested and now they say ‘me too me too.”

He claimed that the Congress first pretended that the Strikes weren’t a big deal and it was something that the Army did often. Then, he said, the Congress opposed it and finally, sensing the mood of the public which was overwhelmingly in his favour, they tried to grab a share of the pie by claiming that they did it too.

Prime Minister Modi further said that only the Congress party could sit inside air-conditioned rooms and claim to have conducted surgical strikes on paper. He added, “First they said that they did it thrice, yesterday they said it was 6 times. Now in a few days, they will say that they did surgical strike every day. After May 23, they will make claims of conducting it 600 times.”

In a significant announcement, Narendra Modi announced that during the next 5 years, his government will block Indian waters from going into Pakistan and redistribute it among farmers in India.

In 2014, Narendra Modi had swept the state and made a clean sweep winning all the 25 seats in Rajasthan. The Bharatiya Janata Party needs to win an overwhelming majority of the seats if it is to cross the magic 272 figure on its own this time.

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