PM’s move of surgical strikes wins over his political foes: BJP
The incumbent BJP feels that PM Modi “wins over” those who have been his most ruthless critics after after holding surgical strike last week. Indicating towards Delhi CM Arvind Kejriwal, who in a video message lauded PM for a daring act of destroying terror launchpads in PoK and Congress vice president Rahul Gandhi, who also applaused PM for showing his true power, the BJP said PM is winning over his enemies now.
CM Kejriwal was seen praising the Indian Army for the surgical strikes and warned the PM of “Pakistan’s false propaganda” and said that “that Pakistan was engaging in dirty politics now.” “There may be differences between me and the Prime Minister over hundred issues. But I salute the prime minister for the will power which he has shown in this issue,” Delhi CM also added.
“Since these surgical strikes took place, Pakistan has become very agitated. Pakistan has now resorted to dirty politics,” he added. “For the last two or three days, we have seen that Pakistan has been taking foreign journalists to the border. It has been trying to convince them that the surgical strikes did not take place. Pakistan is trying to damage India’s reputation in the international community,” he said.
A day after India announced surgical strikes carried out against terrorists in Pakistan Occupied Kashmir, Congress vice president Rahul Gandhi took a major deviation from his usual narratives and said he wanted to congratulate the PM for the “first action worthy of a PM”.
Addressing a public meeting in UP’s Bulandshahr, Gandhi mentioned, “When the Prime Minister does the job a PM is supposed to do, I support him. I want to congratulate him.” So BJP feels that PM’s this bold move and his transparent governance have given a apposite answer of all queries of opposition parties who have been attacking him over his foreign visits, his diplomatic moves, his schemes and his speeches. “The surgical strike has not only shaken neighbor Pakistan but have shown all that love of country and its people come first,” a party’s senior leader avouched.