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Shameless opportunism after Pathankot terror attack

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After the nasty ISI engineered Pathankot terror attack, each and every opportunist politician, particularly from the ‘Indian National’ Congress literally rushed to blame our Prime Minister Narendra Modi. But they all forgot very conveniently about the 1993 Mumbai blasts engineered by Dawood Ibrahim and company as well as the horrible 26/11 terror attack on our financial capital, Mumbai. During both these anti-India terror attacks it was Congress’s regime in the centre as well as in Maharashtra. Besides, thousands of the Kashmiri Pandits live their life like refugees in their own nation since the past more than six decades, under Congress regime. Has Sonia Gandhi or Rahul Gandhi, Anand Sharma, Ajay Maken, Manish Tiwari, Ghulam Nabi Azad, Digvijaya Singh or anybody else from Congress any answer to this national shame? Anyways, we ought to follow the Israeli doctrine viz. “Chase the ‘base’ and dismantle the terrorists’ network.” By the way, it is also worth noting that the French media did not ask a single question to the French government after the recent terror attack on Paris wherein 129 innocent people were killed. Will the TRP hungry Indian media ever learn any lesson from this noble, patriotic French media and follow it always? In fact, any matter related to the national security should never be exposed by the TV news channels. This ‘TRP nonsense’ alerts the anti-India terrorists and their bosses in Pakistan. This is the matter of common, national, patriotic sense.

Hansraj Bhat

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