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Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Patna rally accused opposition parties to getting rid of him

Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Patna rally accused opposition parties to getting rid of him: Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Sunday tossed a solid attack in the contradiction of the opposition parties and alleged them of functioning in the direction of getting free from him even as he operated on the way to eradicating terrorism from the country.

Congress demoralizing jawans by asking for air strike proof: PM Modi at Patna rally

Speaking on an election rally in Patna, Modi said, “The opposition wants to get rid of Modi, I want to get rid of terrorism.” He further added by saying, “opposition parties had no work left other than to abuse Modi. They want to get rid of Modi, but I say let’s join hands to eliminate terrorism. Shouldn’t terrorism be eradicated? But their priority is to get rid of Modi. My priority is to eliminate terrorism. They want to get rid of me, but I say let’s join hands to rid the country of poverty. They want to get rid of Modi, I say, let’s join hands to rid the country of corruption and black money. Let’s join hands to create new opportunities for the youth. I say let’s join hands to rid the country of malnourishment and filth.”

PM Modi shared the platform with Bihar chief minister Nitish Kumar at the Sankalp rally. PM Modi also launched a sarcastic attack on the Congress with reference to the current air strikes in contradiction of terror camps at Balakot across the Line of Control.

Appealing that the queries being upturned by the Congress over the air strikes were simply pleasing those in Pakistan.“First they asked for evidence of the surgical strikes (in Uri). Now they are demanding evidence of the air strikes by the Air Force. Why are the Congress and other parties working towards destroying the morale of the armed forces?” he said.

‘Opposition wants to get rid of me, I want to get rid of terrorism’: PM Modi at Patna rally

PM Modi said that at a time when the nation wanted to express that it was standing together against terrorism, the opposition had combined hands to condemn the centre’s activities.

He said, “When there was a need to speak in unison against terror factories, 21 parties had gathered in Delhi to pass a censure motion against the NDA government at the centre”.

He also included by sayin, “You are all witnesses, when our country’s competent army was crushing terror, whether it was from within the border or outside, what were some people within the country doing at such times? Instead of increasing the morale of the armed forces, they were doing things that are pleasing the enemy”.

He then also praised the armed forces for their courage and bravery, he said, “This is a new India with a new policy. Now India will not remain silent on the sacrifices of its heroic youths, it will strike back every single time”.

He also said that opposition parties were in such confusion and panic that they had instigated a competition to mistreat and manipulate the chowkidar, he then said, “your chowkidar is fully alert.”

Since the year 2009, this is the first time that the Prime Minister Narendra Modi and Bihar chief minister Nitish Kumar have shared a platform together. This was the second visit of PM Modi to Bihar in less than a month. Previously on February 17, PM Modi had visited Begusarai in Bihar on and had launched a number of projects there.