Modi condemned Sri Lanka's attacks, said that he can defeat 'terrorists'

Modi condemned Sri Lanka's attacks, said that he can defeat 'terrorists'

(Cybercrime) - After condemning the series of deadly bomb attacks on Sri Lankan churches and luxury hotels on Sunday, in which more than 200 people were killed, Prime Minister Narendra Modi told voters that they need to elect for the second term. , Because he can beat them, threatening India.

Prime Minister of India Narendra Modi addresses his supporters during an election campaign rally in Patan, Gujarat on April 21, 2019. REUTERS (Amit Dave)

Terrorism ends or not?

 He told an election rally in Rajasthan. If not, then who can do this? Can you think of any name other than Modi? Can anyone else do this?

Modi and his ruling Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) have promoted the National Security Record of the Government, because since 2019 general elections in India will start on April 11 and end on May 19. Votes will be counted on May 23.

Specifically, the muscular approach of the Modi Q12019 against Pakistan, which New Delhi has said, left behind the armed Islamist terrorist groups, had extended support to the BJP in a strong election race, where opposition parties had created weak employment growth and Focused on low agricultural income.

Tensions increased after India and Pakistan started this year in a disputed Kashmir after a suicide bomber in February, in which 40 Indian paratroopers died, and claimed by an Islamic terrorist group in Pakistan. Modi sent Pakistan for bombing an alleged training camp of India, for the first time since 1971, in airstrikes.

Indian officials say that three Indian nationals are known among those killed in the Sri Lankan attacks. No group has claimed responsibility yet.

 In our neighboring Sri Lanka, terrorists have played a bloody game. They killed innocents, Modi said.

On another rally in Rajasthan on Sunday, Modi again mentioned the attacks in Sri Lanka and said that India is also suffering due to militants.

India has now abolished its policy of fear of Pakistan's threat, Modi said, we have an atom bomb, we have an atom bomb which they say.

What do we have? They said, to cheer from the crowd.

According to the Stockholm International Peace Research Institute estimates, there are 140 to 150 nuclear warheads in Pakistan, with India having 130-140 warheads. Both countries have ballistic missiles capable of delivering nuclear weapons.