Prime Minister Narendra Modi criticized Rahul Gandhi over his decision to contest from a second seat, Kerala’s Wayanad for the upcoming national election and claimed that the Congress was “afraid” of fielding candidates from constituencies dominated by majority population because it had insulted Hindus by using the term “Hindu terror”.
While addressing a rally in Maharashtra the PM stated that the Congress stamped “peace-loving Hindus” as terrorists and knew the community will punish them. Actually, the Prime Minister was sharing his opinion the reason behind Rahul Gandhi’s decision to contest a second seat apart from Amethi in Uttar Pradesh.
While inaugurating the BJP-Shiv Sena alliance’s campaign for the April-May national election in Wardha, he quoted, “The Congress insulted Hindus. People have decided to punish it in the election. Leaders of that party are now scared of contesting from constituencies dominated by majority (Hindu) population. That is why they are forced to take refuge in places where the majority is in a minority.”
“Congress used the term ‘Hindu terror’…it labeled peace-loving Hindus as terrorists…is there a single incident of Hindu terrorism? The people will never forgive the Congress for this insult,” PM Modi added.
The Congress and the Nationalist Congress Party were accused by the PM of insulting the soldiers after the Pulwama terror attack and air strike by IAF on a terror camp in Pakistan’s Balakot.”These parties spoke the language of Pakistan,” he said.

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