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No ‘sermons on nationalism’ needed from PM with ‘compromised’ past record: Manmohan

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Former Prime Minister, Manmohan Singh hit at PM Modi after Modi had accused Congress of holding a secret meeting with Pakistani leaders in the wake of Gujarat Assembly election. Singh asked Modi that why did he visit Pakistan uninvited following terror attacks in Udhampur and Gurdaspur.

Singh said, “Let him also tell the country the reason for inviting the infamous ISI of Pakistan to our strategic Air Base in Pathankot to investigate a terror attack that emanated from Pakistan.”

“Fearing imminent defeat in Gujarat, the desperation of Prime Minister to hurl every abuse and latch on to every straw is palpable,” Manmohan Singh added.

Narendra Modi had yesterday said a “secret meeting” had held between Congress leaders and Pakistani representatives at suspended party leader Mani Shankar Aiyar.

Referring to Modi’s failure at fighting terror, the former PM said that the Congress needed “no sermons on Nationalism” from a party and Prime Minister, of whose compromised track record on fighting terrorism is well known.


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