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Congress will win election if it contests in Pakistan: Ram Madhav

BJP leader says Cong comments are more liked by people of Pakistan


Guwahati: BJP general secretary Ram Madhav on Sunday hit out at Congress leaders over their comments on the IAF airstrikes in Balakot and said the Grand Old Party would win if they contested elections in Pakistan.

Addressing a press conference in Guwahati, Ram Madhav said their (Congress) leaders raised question and expressed suspicion over the ability of our armed forces.

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“They questioned the achievements of our government, also made very insulting statements on our armed forces. Their leaders’ comments are more retweeted and published by the people of Pakistan than our own. The Congress might win election in Pakistan if they contest from there. This is the condition of our main opposition party,” Ram Madhav said.

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The BJP general secretary said wherever Rahul Gandhi went, the people raise “Modi Modi” slogans.

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“Now Priyanka Gandhi visits the temples and she gets to hear “Modi, Modi” slogans there as well. The Opposition (Congress) is now fighting a clueless battle. The people of the country don’t understand anything what they have to say to the country. The people of the country also not understand if the Congress is fighting for India or Pakistan,” Ram Madhav said.

The BJP leader said he was confident his party would again form the government under the leadership of Narendra Modi.

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“Waves like 2014 are being seen across the country this time as well. Also, this time we are carrying the leadership of Narendra Modi and the report card of his government in front of the people of the country. We are getting support and response from the public across the country. When the result of the election is declared on May 23, it will become clear that Modi sarkar would be formed once again. We will go with the slogan ‘Phir Ekbaar Modi ki Sarkar’,” he said.

Ram Madhav further said the BJP was aiming to win 10 seats in Assam and at least 20 seats in the North-East.


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