India happy with surgical strike, not Congress: PM Modi

India happy with surgical strike, not Congress: PM Modi
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Prime Minister NarendraModi on Saturday said that the whole country was happy with India's bombing of the "militant camp" in Pakistan but not the Congress and also the militants.

"The Indian armed forces for the first time killed theterrorists in their own territory. While the whole world stood by India, theCongress family have lost their sleep," Modi told an election rally herein Assam's Dibrugarh district.

"Recently our scientists made significant achievementsin space technology and we became the fourth nation to have suchtechnology," he went on.

"But the Congress leaders were in tears. Today India iswalking together with the superpowers of the world and the Congress isworried," he said.

"Now you have to decide whether you want a stronggovernment or a government run by people stained (by allegations ofcorruption)," he said.

Showering appreciation for the Moran community, the Prime Minister said that India cannot strengthen itself unless Assam was strengthened. Modi also slammed the earlier Congress government for what he said was its apathy towards the tribals in the tea community. "They do not like this chowkidar but they also don't like the chaiwala. They don't even like to look into the eyes of the chaiwala. Only this chaiwala can understand the pain of the chaiwala," he said.

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