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Modi is lying blatantly, should apologize: Azad

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“Why didn’t he rehabilitate KPs in Valley during his rule?”

Kishtwar: Leader of opposition in Rajya Sabha and General Secretary AICC Ghulam Nabi Azad today sought an apology from the Prime Minister Narinder Modi for trying to mislead the nation about the Congress stand against terrorism and issues of National Security by stating that Congress wants to withdraw the forces from Kashmir and compromise the national security.

Blaming PM Modi for lying blatantly, Azad said Modi is misleading the nation, as the Congress is committed for uncompromising approach to deal with terrorism and further strengthen the security along borders to plug the infiltration, whereas the Modi government failed to contain infiltration and cross border terrorism.

Azad said that Modi has no right to talk about national security in view of the poor record of his government on this front, as record number of terrorist attacks over vital Army and security forces installations have taken place during his regime and terrorism and infiltration touched new nefarious heights.

Azad said that Modi government utterly failed to plug infiltration and contain militancy in Kashmir which is evident from the prevailing security situation in the state and along the borders.

Addressing a series of meetings in Bimal Nag, Batoli, Bhaderwah in Kishtwar and Doda districts today, Azad said that Modi government and BJP have nothing to sell to the electorates about their promises and is therefore harping on the issue of national security by misleading the nation about the Congress stand and creating sense of insecurity and war hysteria.

While commenting on PM’s assertion regarding return and rehabilitation of Kashmiri migrants, Azad questioned why it was not done during past five years.

“It was UPA government led by Dr. Manmohan Singh which took several initiatives and executed relief and rehabilitation packages for the Kashmiri migrants, but the Modi government failed to carry forward those initiatives and measures,” said Azad.

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