PM Modi attacked for ‘politics’ over IAF hits

PM Modi attacked for ‘politics’ over IAF hits

PM Modi attacked for ‘politics’ over IAF hits

Pakistan's Prime Minister Imran Khan addressing the joint session in Pakistan, said all of these issues are because of Kashmir issue, "I want to ask the Indian public about all that has happened over the past 4 years". "While the nation is trying to rally in solidarity with the soldiers, you [Modi] are trying to strengthen your vote bank", Kejriwal said in a tweet. I beg to differ.

In another tweet, he said, "My statement is being reported out of context".

"It has enthused youths; all this will help us in winning more than 22 Lok Sabha seats (in Karnataka)", the BJP leader said. "We stand as one nation, action taken by our government is to safeguard our nation and ensure safety of our citizens, not to win a few extra seats". I said that "situation is favourable for BJP" which I have been saying for the last couple of months.

At a time when the government and saffron stakeholders have been cautioning political parties not to politicise the Pulwama attack and India's retaliatory air strikes, Bharatiya Janata Party leaders, particularly Prime Minister Narendra Modi, came under attack for not practicing what he and others had been preaching.


"Union minister and former chief V K Singh, however, said he did not back Yeddyurappa's claims".

Hitting out at Yeddyurappa, Kumaraswamy termed his comments as "shameful". The family members of our martyrs are still mourning for their loss and Yeddyurappa is already calculating how many seats the BJP will win.

Bahujan Samaj Party (BSP) chief Mayawati, Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal, Congress spokesperson Randeep Surjewala, and many more tweeted, criticising Modi's decision to campaign while the nation sat gripped in fear.

"Shocking and disgusting to understand #BJPsPlot4Vote". When 42 of our soldiers were martyred, PM Modi had said he would extract revenge for the deaths of each soldier. "Is going to war a electoral strategy for the BJP?"

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