PM thinks that this is the time to strengthen the electoral booths – Manish Tewari

Manish Tewari on PM Modi and BJP Pulwama Attack

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Our nation has been in a state of tension and legitimately anguished by the terror strike on the 14th of February, 2019, that killed more than 40 of our brave soldiers of CRPF

The preemptive non-military strikes on the 26th Feb, 2019, have established new thresholds in the subcontinent

The NDA-BJP govt decided on a course of action and the entire nation and opposition have unanimously stood behind the decision of the govt

Pakistan yesterday carried out certain incursions into Indian territory and these incursions are nothing but subterfuge of 4 decades of using semi-state actors and proxies to target India and it’s instrumentalities

However what is a matter of grave anguish is the conduct of the BJP ever since the preemptive non-military strikes were carried out by the govt

Congress postponed the CWC meeting and various other political programmes associated with it as we though that this is not the appropriate time to be going ahead with the political programmes

However, what really shocked us was at a point in time when the nation is looking towards its leadership and when the nation wants its leadership to speak to it, the PM chose to address the booth workers of the BJP rather than address the nation

It’s unfortunate that when the priority should be of further strengthening the nation, the PM thinks that this is the time to strengthen the electoral booths

The Home Minister of India was in Bilaspur, Chhattisgarh, attending political programmes of BJP, on a day when Wing Commander Abhinandan Varthaman displayed exemplary courage and dignity in the face of adversity

We demand that Pakistan immediately return Wing Commander Abhinandan Varthaman to India and we strongly condemn the treatment which has been meted out to him which is a clear violation of Geneva Convention

The day the preemptive non-military strikes took place, President of BJP in Ghazipur was appealing for the re-election of the Prime Minister

Author: ElectionAdda