PM Modi said, “The extent to which these people can go, for political selfishness, is the example of politics done after the Pulwama attack.”
Prime Minister Narendra Modi is on his two-day Gujarat tour. Today, on the second day of the tour, PM Modi visited the Statue of Unity to pay tribute to Sardar Patel on his birth anniversary and participated in a grand parade program organized on National Unity Day. After the National Integration Day parade, Prime Minister Narendra Modi in his address attacked opposition by referring to Pulwama and said that some people also found politics in Pulwama attack.
PM Modi said that today when he was watching the parade of paramilitary forces, there was another picture in mind. This picture was of the Pulwama attack. “The country can never forget that when the whole country was mourning by the killing of their brave sons, some people were not involved in that mourning, they were looking for their political selfishness in the attack. The country cannot forget how many things have been done and how statements have been made. At that time, looking at those heroes, I kept away from the controversies and kept facing all the charges, listening to the accusations. I had a deep wound of brave martyrs on my heart, ” PM Modi said.
Modi said that the news that has come from the neighboring country, the way the truth was accepted in the Parliament there, has brought the real faces of these people to the country. PM Modi said, “The extent to which these people can go, for political selfishness, is the example of politics done after the Pulwama attack. I would urge such political parties not indulge in such politics in the interest of the security of the country, for the morale of our security forces.”