Sushil Modi reacts to Manish Tewari’s book, seeks response from Sonia Gandhi on 26/11 attack

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Congress leader Manish Tewari is in the news these days for his book in which he targeted the UPA government over the 26/11 attack. He said that Manmohan Singh’s government had not taken any concrete steps in the 2008 Mumbai attacks. Now BJP has started surrounding him for his same statement. In this episode, former Deputy Chief Minister of Bihar and BJP leader Sushil Kumar Modi has reacted through social media platform Ku.

He said that “When former Union Minister Manish Tewari has admitted in his book that the then Congress government’s non-action against Pakistan after 26/11 terror attack on Mumbai was playing with the security of the country, then on this issue Sonia Gandhi should break the silence.”

Sushil Kumar Modi said on Manish Tiwari’s book

Apart from this, he has also targeted other opposition parties and wrote on Ku – “Lalu Prasad and other opposition leaders standing with Congress also tell why they do electoral coordination with the party which is betraying the country? Is the electoral victory bigger for the opposition than the country?”

Sushil Modi has further praised the NDA government. He said that even after the 2008 Mumbai terror attack and the death of 170 countrymen, the Congress had tied the hands of the mighty Indian Army, but eight years later, when there was a terrorist attack in Pulwama and 44 soldiers were martyred, then PM Narendra Modi Gave complete freedom to the Army-Air Force and such a surgical strike was done by entering the neighboring border that Pakistan came to its knees.

He further wrote through Ku- “When the country was proud of the decision of the Prime Minister and the bravery of the army, then the Congress and its friends were asking for proof of the surgical strike.”

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