Haryana Assembly Elections 2019 | PM Modi questions Congress' 'chemistry' with Pakistan
Gohana | Jagran News Desk: Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Friday took a jibe at Congress over its stand on the abrogation of Article 370 from Jammu and Kashmir and questioned their ‘chemistry’ with Pakistan.
Addressing a rally at Gohana in Haryana, the Prime Minister said that removing Article 370 from Jammu and Kashmir is giving pain to the Congress.
“When we talk of Swacch Bharat or surgical strike then Congress gets a stomach ache and if by chance anyone says Balakot then Congress starts jumping with pain. Pakistan uses them to strengthen their case globally what sort of chemistry is this?,” said PM Modi in his rally in Haryana’s Gohana.
He further said that Congress is not worried about the sentiments of those people who were denied their legitimate rights in Jammu and Kashmir and the grand old party was neither concerned about the unity nor the constitution of India.
“In Congress' misrule, neither jawans were safe, neither farmers nor our sportspersons. Congress indulged in corruption in agriculture and did scams in sports,” said the Prime Minister in his address.
“Congress can say anything against me but don't say anything to 'Bharat Maa',” he added.
Speaking about the abrogation of Article 370 from Jammu and Kashmir, the Prime Minister said that the government’s move has helped the nation implement the constitution in the Valley.
Talking about Sonipat, PM Modi said that this region has made India proud in every field, be it fighting in the wrestling ring or fighting against terrorism and Sonipat means 'Kisan, Jawan aur Pehelwan'.
PM Modi on Friday addressed a rally in Haryana’s Gohana. Gohana falls in Sonipat district, which is considered as a stronghold of former Chief Minister Bhupinder Singh Hooda.
However, both Hooda and his son Deepender Singh Hooda lost the Lok Sabha polls from Sonipat and Rohtak parliamentary constituencies, respectively and PM Modi took a veiled dig at this.
“You broke the arrogance of big leaders in Lok Sabha polls,” he said.
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