Patna, Mar 03: Four days after air strike by Indian Air Force (IAF) on terror camps in Pakistan, Prime Minister Narendra Modi in his first political rally in Bihar, called upon for a united efforts to eradicate the menace of terrorism, coming down heavily on Congress and its allies for different tone in this hour of crisis, which is also being cheered in Pakistan.
Modi, while addressing a massive rally organised here at historic Gandhi Maidan, said that our brave IAF had carried out air strike on terror camps in Pakistan on February 26 following attack by suicide squad on CRPF forces in Pulwama on February 14. The Air Strike was highly successful operation aimed at coming down hard to eradicate the menace of terrorism but Congress and its allies started singing a different tone on the issue, instead of rendering their support to the government, he lamented.
Prime Minister said his government was committed to eradicate the menace of terrorism and strong action was taken in this direction after Pulwama attack which should also be responded well by Congress and its allies, as need of the hour was to make united and concerted efforts over the issue. The different tone and tenor of Congress and its allies was being cheered by Pakistan and people should understand its serious repercussion, he said, adding that present concern was not to give a call to remove him but to eradicate terrorism. (UNI)