Prime Minister Narendra Modi, today, lamented that Bua and Bahua (referring to Samajwadi President Akhilesh Yadav and Bahujan Samaj Party chief Mayawati) have been following soft approach towards terror due to vote bank politics.
Addressing a election rally in Amroha of Western Uttar Pradesh, he said that the soft approach adopted by these parties have not only helped the terrorists but also put your life and future in danger and used to set free the perpetrators of terror attacks.
Hitting out at the Congress and the BSP-SP grand-alliance, he said the “soft approach” adopted by these parties towards terror emboldened the perpetrators in the past. Claiming that his government in last five years able to check them and restore peace in the country, he said . “Terrorists now know that if they did something, Modi will teach them a lesson even if they hide in paataal (deep hole).”
Without mentioning about the Balakot air strike in Pakistan or Pulwama terror attack leaving 40 CRPF jawans dead, PM Modi said, “Should I have gone silent or launched strike after terror attack? Some people start crying when India enters the homes of terrorists and launches strike against them.”
Upping ante against the Opposition party leaders who sought clarification from the government amid conflicting reports in the international media over operation conducted by the Indian Air Force at a terror camp in Pakistan, he said “When Pakistan is being cornered in the world, these people are trying to become hero in that country.”
Accusing that Congress neglected the Dalits and the leaders from the community, he flayed that “The Congress, to give priority to one family, even tried everything to defeat BR Ambedkar. The Congress has started speaking about BR Ambedkar now due to compulsions of vote bank.”