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BJP chief Amit Shah said the nation’s security will remain the saffron party’s “supreme priority” as he attacked the opposition including the Congress for allegedly demanding proof of the Balakot air strikes.

Addressing a rally Shah also called upon the people to vote for the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) as Prime Minister Narendra Modi had made the country secure.

“There were only two countries who avenged the killing of their soldiers– America and Israel. But Modi ji has added the name of India in this list,” Shah said referring to the air strikes in Pakistan following the death of 40 CRPF jawans in Pulwama.

Shah lashed out at the opposition especially Congress chief Rahul Gandhi for demanding proof of the air strikes.

“Everybody was celebrating it (Balakot strikes). But there was mourning at two places– Pakistan and Rahul (Gandhi) baba’s office. Modi ji killed Pakistan’s terrorists but why were their (opposition) faces pale? Were they (terrorists) related to you?” asked Shah.

“They were worried about their vote bank,” he said.

“If you have any common sense, see Pakistan TV channels and find out why people there were crying. It will reveal what happened there,” he said further.

The BJP president also targeted Congress leader Sam Pitroda, a long-time Gandhi family advisor and a key aide of the Gandhi scion.

“Rahul baba’s guru Sam Pitroda said do not bomb (Pakistan) but talk to them… People of Panipat, you tell me whether we should talk to them if our 40 jawans are killed?,” asked Shah.

The BJP chief further said that the Congress can continue sympathising with the terrorists but “if any bullet is fired from Pakistan, we will reply with a bomb.

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