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Manmohan Singh as PM was silent on terror: Shah

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Published : Apr 12, 2024, 12:46 am IST
Updated : Apr 12, 2024, 12:46 am IST

Union Home Minister Slams Opposition Bloc, Labels it "Dynastic Alliance"

Union Home Minister and BJP leader Amit Shah addresses a public meeting ahead of Lok Sabha elections, in Mandla, Madhya Pradesh, Thursday, April 11, 2024. (PTI Photo)
 Union Home Minister and BJP leader Amit Shah addresses a public meeting ahead of Lok Sabha elections, in Mandla, Madhya Pradesh, Thursday, April 11, 2024. (PTI Photo)

BHOPAL: Union home minister Amit Shah on Thursday slammed former prime minister Manmohan Singh for his ‘silence’ over terror attacks in India, while praising Prime Minister Narendra Modi for giving a message to the world that no one can mess with India’s soldiers and its borders.

“Anyone from Pakistan used to come to our country, carry out a terror attack, and return. Manmohan Singh would never utter a single word against it. After Modi became Prime Minister, he saw the Kashmir issue from a different perspective. The (terror) attacks of Uri and Pulwama did happen, but within 10 days of each attack, a surgical strike and air strike were carried out by entering Pakistan and killing hundreds of terrorists,” the Union minister said.

While launching an attack on the Opposition I.N.D.I.A. bloc, the Union minister termed it a “coalition of political dynasties” and said that the grouping’s leaders formed the alliance to promote their own family members.

Addressing a public meeting in Mandla, Madhya Pradesh, Shah said that the main objective behind the formation of the “dynastic alliance” is to ensure the ascendance
of the sons, daughters and nephews of the leaders of the grouping in the seat of power

 

 

Tags: amit shah, bjp election campaign, 2024 lok sabha elections
Location: India, Madhya Pradesh, Bhopal