PM Modi also hit out at the Congress for its promise to review the sedition law (File)
Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Saturday mocked Congress’s “dream” of forming a government at the centre and slammed it on national security and Jammu and Kashmir issues, asking people to punish it in such a way that the party would not be able to save its deposits in the Lok Sabha polls.
Addressing a massive rally in Bengaluru, he said the Congress has promised to remove the Army from Jammu and Kashmir.
Devoting most parts of his speech to national security, PM Modi said the Congress had spoken about coming to power in its manifesto and added, “who can stop one from dreaming? “
“But let them dream about forming the government. I can understand it because a chaiwala has robbed the opportunity of four generations of Sultanate,” he said.
PM Modi said what was worrying was that the Congress has said in its manifesto that if they form the government in Delhi, they would “remove” AFSPA (Armed Forces Special Powers Act) that gives special powers to the soldiers.
“Which way are they going? Didn’t you feel the pain and anger hearing this? The Jammu Kashmir for which thousands of soldiers were martyred, you want to make soldiers unarmed, helpless?,” he asked the crowd.
PM Modi said Congress had also said in Pakistan’s language that they would remove the army from Jammu and Kashmir.
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