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Congress, Like-Minded Parties Think Terrorism As Vote Banks: PM

Terrorism is not over yet and Congress and like-minded parties has also not changed, he added

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Recalling the terrifying 26/11 Mumbai terror attack, Prime minister Narendra Modi said that the people of Gujarat and the nation need to be on alert mode about Congress and like-minded parties. These parties keep their mouth shut on big terrorist attacks to not to offend their vote bank.

While addressing a gathering in Kheda district, Gujarat for the upcoming Gujarat elections, he said that Congress and like-minded parties regard terrorism as a shortcut for achieving success. The fear of terrorism will continue till the reconciliation politics perpetuates. 

Terrorism is not over yet and Congress and like-minded parties has also not changed, he added.

People's one vote in 2014 has strengthened the country's battle against terror attacks. Now, before attempting any attacks on our borders, they think about it 100 times because they know that India will kill them entering their house, PM said while recalling the air strikes.

He further mentioned that the 2008 attack in Mumbai was epitome of terror attacks in the country.

"I pray for the souls who lost their lives," PM said while paying tributes on the 14th anniversary of 26/11. 

The attack was conducted by Pakistani terrorist, killing 166 people and left several injured. 

Referring to the serial blasts which took place in Ahmedabad and Surat, killing several people, he said that in Gujarat, actions are taken down against the terrorists sleeper cells and arrested terrorist to control terrorism but the Congress is only busy in attacking Narendra Modi.