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Pak, China cannot afford misadventures in BJP rule: Adityanath

Press Trust of India  |  Rourkela 

Accusing the of adopting a "soft approach" towards terrorists and naxals, said on Monday that and no longer indulge in adventurism as now has a strong government led by the BJP.

Addressing a rally in this steel city, the firebrand BJP leader also said that "infiltration by the Chinese army, a regular affair during the Congress-led UPA government, ended after became the prime minister".

"Similarly, was chopping off the heads of our soldiers on the border during the UPA rule. Now, with Modi as the prime minister, and cannot afford to indulge in misadventures," he said.

Referring to India's response to the Pulwama terror strike, the said, "Pakistan was given a fitting reply after the killing of 40 CRPF jawans".

"India's action was not just confined to destruction of terror camps. It was a strong step towards breaking the backbone of Pakistan," he said, adding that the BJP has "zero tolerance" towards terrorism".

Coming down heavily on the Congress, Adityanath alleged that the country has failed to take giants strides on road to development due to the soft approach of the grand old party towards terrorists and naxalites.

"A strong Modi wave was sweeping across the country," he said, urging the people of Odisha to vote for a double- engine government of the BJP at the Centre and the state.

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First Published: Mon, April 15 2019. 12:35 IST
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