PM Modi Says Congress Always Blamed Pakistan For Terror Attacks
Prime Minister Narendra Modi lashed out at the Congress and its allies on Thursday, saying they always trusted Pakistan more after terrorist attacks but never cared about the people’s emotions.
Lok Sabha debated a no-confidence resolution, and Prime Minister Modi responded by saying the Congress and its allies had a history of not trusting India’s inherent strength and its military forces, but instead they went out to separatists in Kashmir.
They believed who?” Pakistan has a history of attacking our borders and sending through terrorists before shrugging off any blame or accountability. The prime minister said, “They used to trust Pakistan right away because of their deep affection for the country.
Pakistan has already said that both terrorist strikes and dialogue are possible. “They went so far as to think that whatever Pakistan is saying must be correct,” he added.
While Prime Minister Modi said that terrorism was setting Kashmir ablaze, the ruling Congress party refused to trust the people.