PM Narendra Modi claims Congress’ ‘disordered ideology’ over patriotism, asks why dragging his father who died 30 years ago?
PM Narendra Modi hits out at Congress at his rally in Rajasthan's Bhilwara saying that when the whole world was shaken due to Mumbai terror attack on November 26, 2018, Congress was giving lessons on patriotism.
Narendra Modi did not stop here. He recalled the Congress party's topsy-turvy on the issue of patriotism saying that when the surgical strike was carried out against Pakistan in 2016, this party demanded video proof.
Just after Raj Babbar's act of Congress embarrassment for attacking Modi's nonagenarian mother, Vilas Muttemwar again degraded the party saying that 'nobody knew the name of Modi's father.'
"I thought the outrage over the recent Raj Babbar's attack on my mother will teach Congress a lesson, but now they have dragged my father who left the world 30 years ago. Since no one in my family ever had any link to Indian politics, why do the Congress leader drag my father?" Modi gives a strong reply to the Congress leaders.
The whole world was shaken today(26/11), and Congress back then was giving lessons in patriotism.When the Army carried out surgical strike the country felt proud but the Congress raised questions on it, demanded video proof: PM Modi in Bhilwara #Rajasthan pic.twitter.com/2TRcweXFZ1— ANI (@ANI) November 26, 2018
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