10/02/2017 Live PM Modi Speech at Uttarakhand: Congress Ki JanamKundali Mere Pass Hai

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Under attack from the Congress for his remarks on predecessor Manmohan Singh, Prime Minister Narendra Modi Friday warned the party that he has a detailed dossier on them.
“I tell the Congress leaders: jabaan sambhaal kar rakho, warna mere paas aapki poori janam patri padi hui hai (hold your tongue, else I have your entire horoscope). I do not want to desert dignity and reason, but if you desert dignity and reason and speak nonsense, your history will always chase you, your evil deeds, your sins will always chase you,” Modi told an election rally in Haridwar.
His remarks came two days after he targeted Manmohan Singh over corruption during his watch. Replying to a Rajya Sabha debate on the President’s address, Modi Wednesday said: “Bathroom mein raincoat pehen kar ke nahana, yeh kala to Doctor Saab hi jaante hain aur koi nahin jaanta hai (Only Dr Saab knows the art of bathing while wearing a raincoat in the bathroom).”
Starting his campaign in Uttarakhand, a state with a sizeable number of serving and retired servicemen, the Prime Minister also attacked the Congress for questioning the surgical strikes by the Army on the Line of Control. He mentioned a report in The Indian Express, confirming the strikes.
“When the surgical strike took place, our jawans crossed the border, entered their home in the dark of the night… the soldiers of my country inflicted massive injuries on them. It was a wonder for the world,” he said, asserting that “military experts are studying it”.
The strikes, he said, have been recorded as a “great event of valour” but the Congress is “pained that how it took place, why did they not come to know”. “Should I have held a meeting, called an all-party conference before conducting surgical strikes? Should I have asked them whether I should take the right or left turn,” he said.

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