India's opposition becomes Pakistani media's favourite | Ghanti Bajao

05 Mar 2019 10:45 PM

India's opposition becomes Pakistani media's favourite | Ghanti Bajao

Updated 05 Mar 2019 10:45 PM

 Prime Minister Narendra Modi here on Tuesday took a jibe at the Opposition saying the Indian Air Force (IAF) had conducted air strikes in Pakistan, but it hurt some people in India. He also accused the Opposition of colluding with Pakistan.

"The IAF had conducted air strikes in Pakistan, but it hurt some people in India. For the past one week these people are walking around as if a tragedy has struck them," he said.

Addressing a Vijay Sankalp rally, Modi said, "It was because of the Congress' soft stance that terrorists never got a befitting reply and now the party is questioning the IAF strikes. Their governments only sat mourning terrorist attacks in the country. It is revealing the same face once again."  

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