Modi Slams Congress and SP as Pakistan Sympathisers in Fiery Rally

Prime Minister Narendra Modi accused Congress and Samajwadi Party of being Pakistan sympathisers, suggesting they scare India with Pakistan's nuclear power. At the rally, Modi emphasized his government's strength compared to previous administrations and warned that India does not spare its bullies.

PTI | Basti(Up) | Updated: 22-05-2024 14:12 IST | Created: 22-05-2024 14:12 IST
Modi Slams Congress and SP as Pakistan Sympathisers in Fiery Rally
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Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Wednesday here called Congress and Samajwadi Party ''sympathisers of Pakistan'' and alleged that these parties are ''scaring the country'' with its nuclear power status. ''This patron of terrorism which once used to make eyes at us, its condition has become such that its people are hard up even for grain. Pakistan is finished, but its sympathisers, SP and Congress, are busy scaring the country,'' Modi said at a poll rally while campaigning for BJP's Basti Lok Sabha candidate Harish Dwivedi. ''They say one needs to be scared of Pakistan because it has an atom bomb. Don't they know what is 56-inch (chest)? It's not the weak Congress government ... but the strong government of Modi,'' Modi said.

''India does not spare those who tries to bully it. India today beats them in their own homes,'' he said. CDN VN VN

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