Gearing up his statements against terrorism, PM Narendra Modi while speaking in Rajasthan’s Tonk has insisted to up the fight against terrorism and criticized the attack on Kashmiris in wake of Pulwama terror attack.
“Our fight is not against the Kashmiris, but against terrorism,” said PM Modi, while speaking at a rally in Tonk. He denounced the attack on the natives and inhabitants on Kashmiri students across the nation and said that the fight is against the enemy of humanity.
Attacking Pakistan’s PM Imran Khan and the backstabbing of Islamabad on terrorism, PM Modi said, “When Pak got a new PM, I had congratulated him (Imran Khan).I had told him that we together should fight against poverty&illiteracy.He had said to me that he was son of a Pathan&will stand by his words. Today, it is time to test if he will stand by his words.”
#WATCH PM Modi in Tonk, Rajasthan says "Pichhle dino kahan kya hua, ghatna chhoti thi ki badi thi, Kashmiri baccho ke saath Hindustan ke kisi kone mein kya hua kya nahi hua, mudda yeh nahi hai. Iss desh mein aisa hona nahi chahiye." pic.twitter.com/MUC65khffu— ANI (@ANI) February 23, 2019
PM Narendra Modi at a public rally in Tonk, Rajasthan: Our fight is against terrorism & enemies of humanity. Our fight is for Kashmir not against Kashmir, not against Kashmiris. What happened to Kashmiri students in last few days, such things should not happen in this country. pic.twitter.com/4pmLVhh4H5— ANI (@ANI) February 23, 2019
Appreciating the valour of Indian soldiers and their efforts in valley, PM Modi proudly said, “I'm proud of our jawans who within 100 hours sent the perpetrators of the attack on their comrades, to the place where they belong.”
Consoling the families of the Pulwama attack victims, PMMOdi reiterated that “"Not just India, entire world is with you.”
Attacking the Congress party in the midst of rally, PM Modi took a dig at the grand old party alleging that they (Congress) are people who live in India but speak the language of Pakistan. “Such people can neither be of any good to jawans, nor kisan (farmers).”