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Modi eats his own words; denies ‘Surgical Strikes’

NEW DELHI : Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi completely backed down from his statement on surgical strike as was clear from his recent statement, reported Dunya News.
In his recent statement, Narendra Modi completely rejected the claims of surgical strikes that were already made by his government. He revealed that neither India attacked a country nor wanted to snatch another country’s territory.
Indian government alleged Pakistan after Uri attack and claimed surgical strikes by its military on its side of the border in Kashmir region.
However, the recent statement by the Indian Prime Minister completely shows the Indian government doing a U-turn over the issue.
At first, it was Minister of State for Information and Boradcasting Rajyavardhan Singh who denied its military claims of surgical strikes. In addition, the recent statement by Modi reveals that the Indian claims of surgical strikes were completely baseless.
Narendra Modi also told in his statement that Indian people resembles water and adopts to every kind of situation accordingly.
Speaking at the inaugural ceremony of the Pravasi Bharatiya Kendra, a complex dedicated to overseas Indians, Narendra Modi said: “India has not attacked anyone; it is neither hungry for any territory.”
He said that in the two World Wars (which were fought before India’s independence) as many as 150,000 Indian soldiers laid down their lives while “fighting for others”.
While Modi’s speech was replete with references to the “sacrifices Indians had rendered for others”, his Home Minister Rajnath Singh’s statement was full of praise for the troops “who carried out the surgical strikes” in Azad Kashmir.



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