Today, Prime Minister Narendra Modi held the grand old party responsible for the “creation of Pakistan in 1947”. While addressing an election rally in Latur district of Maharashtra, the Prime Minister has also appeared to be treading sensitive ground by asking the first-time voters to cast their first vote to those who carried out the pre-dawn air strikes in Pakistan’s Balakot.

PM Modi appealed to the first-time voters says, “Can your first vote be dedicated to those who carried out the air strike.” He continued that Pakistan wouldn’t have been born if Congress leaders acted much wisely in pre-independence era and stepped up the attack on Congress. “Had Congress leaders acted wisely during the pre-independence era, this Pakistan would not have been born,” added the Prime Minister.

He also claims that Congress manifesto speaks the same language as that of Pakistan. The Prime Minister charges the grand old party and its ally NCP of standing beside those who want a separate Prime Minister for Jammu and Kashmir.

He further refers to National Conference leader Omar Abdullah’s remark in this issue.

Hits out at NCP President Sharad Pawar over the issue, PM Modi interrogates if it behoved the Maratha Community to join forces with the parties holding such strong view.

Meanwhile, the Prime Minister said that under the party’s watch it was the “New India” policy that it will take lives of terrorists in their own place.

On Monday, the Prime Minister has launched the BJP manifesto in Delhi and said that the  centre-ruling party was committed to offer national security and work for the welfare of farmers and others as well.

PM Modi was quoted saying, “Your trust is my biggest accomplishment in the last five years.” he further said that his main objective is to free India of Maoists and Naxal menace.

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