Sushil Modi accuses Congress of discouraging army, countrymen
Patna: Bihar Deputy Chief Minister and senior leader of the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) Sushil Kumar Modi has accused the Indian National Congress of discouraging the Army and the people of the country. He said that the Congress leaders are discouraging the Army and the people by making dirty remarks at a time when there is tension on the border, after the incident in Galwan Valley.
Addressing to a virtual rally organised by the Bihar Jan Samvad of Kalyanpur Assembly constituency in East Champaran district on Sunday, Mr. Modi said that after the Galvan incident, when there is tension on the border and the soldiers are fighting bravely, the Congress Party and its leaders are discouraging the people and the army by making petty comments against Prime Minister Narendra Modi and questioning the army.
He said that the people under whose rule China occupied 38,000 sq km of Indian territory in 1962 are now pointing fingers.
The BJP leader said that even when the then Prime Minister Atal Bihari Vajpayee convened an all-party meeting during the Kargil War, the Congress had boycotted it.
He said that Prime Minister Narendra Modi is definitely the son of the poor, but he also knows to strike in the house of enemies by carrying out a surgical strike to avenge Pulwama. China is also being given a tough response. For the first time, a Prime Minister of the country took a tough stand against China, saying that their claim on Galwan was wrong and that India was committed to protecting its borders and territory.