Amit Shah criticizes Rahul, Kejriwal over Balakot remarks


New Delhi: The BJP chief Amit Shah criticized Congress president Rahul Gandhi and Delhi Chief Minister  Arvind Kejriwal as they raised doubts on Balakot air strikes.

This response from the saffron party chief at a time when the momentum is building for the fifth, sixth and seventh phases of Lok Sabha polls. The politicians continue to engage in mudslinging tactics as ever.

Taking potshots at the leaders, Shah said they were “crying” as if their “cousins” were killed in the neighbouring country.

Shah said: “On the 13th day since the Pulwama attack, Prime Minister Narendra Modi directed the Indian Air Force to conduct an operation. Our forces entered Pakistan and returned after attacking terror camps in Balakot. But, there was mourning in two places”.

Challenging the Congress and Aam Aadmi Party in Delhi, the BJP chief said under Modi rule, there won’t be any tolerance for terrorism.

He said If Pakistan fires bullets, we will reply with cannon balls.

Shah said BJP want to do away with Article 370 and Article 35A and make Jammu and Kashmir an integral part of India.

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