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Cong doing 'Ilu Ilu' with terrorists: Shah

Press Trust of India  |  Badaun (UP) 

Shah Saturday accused the of doing 'Ilu' with terrorists, in an apparent reference to a popular Bollywood love song from the nineties.

In the song, 'Ilu' is an acronym for I love you.

"Rahul baba's guru said do not bomb (Pakistan) but negotiate... if your party wants to do 'Ilu' with terrorists you can do that. But our intention is clear, if a shot is fired, we will reply with a bomb," Shah said here, addressing an election meeting in support of BJP's Badaun candidate

Shah claimed that during the Congress's 10-year tenure, no action was taken even when terrorists took away heads of Indian soldiers.

"This time it was the government and not 'mauni baba' .. within 13 days of the attack, the went into Pakistan, bombed the terror camps and returned," the said, referring to the Pulwama attack.

He added that workers in will ensure that it remains part of and intruders are thrown out of the country.

Training his guns at the opposition's 'mahagathbandhan', Shah said the country would have a new everyday of the week if the grand alliance comes to power.

"On one side is the BJP led by which is working for the country. On the other side is the 'mahagatbandhan' of Rahul Baba, 'behan' (sister) Mayawati, 'bhatija' (nephew) Akhilesh, and others... I ask who is your (opposition's) .. it is clear that Modi is our and will be the PM, but who is your .. no one is telling but I will tell," he said.

"On Monday it will be Mamata Banerjee, on Tuesday it will be Mayawati, on Wednesday it will be Chandrababu Naidu, on Thursday it will be Deve Gowda, on Friday... on Saturday it will be Mulayam Singh Yadav," he added.

"Can any government be run like this? Who will look after the security of the country? Can this 'gathbandhan' look after the security of the country?" the BJP asked.

Shah claimed people across were chanting Modi's name and they had decided to make him the once again.

He exhorted the electorate of Badaun, from where the Samajwadi Party's Dharmendra Yadav had won in the 2014 Lok Sabha election, to join the development journey by voting for Maurya.

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First Published: Sat, April 13 2019. 17:10 IST