PM Modi engaging in duplicity on Pakistan with eye on UP poll: Congress | India News

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NEW DELHI: Releasing a March 22 letter Narendra Modi had written to Imran Khan on Pakistan’s “national day”, Congress on Saturday said Narendra Modi has deep love for the neighbouring country but resorts to duplicity and invokes the Partition when faced with polls.
Dubbing the emphasis on “Partition” a sly bid to polarise society, it said Modi has been left without a plank to go to people because of inflation, high fuel prices, farmers’ protest and irregularities in the Ram Temple foundation, and has thus started planning for a divisive campaign in Uttar Pradesh like the “shamshan-kabrastan” drive in last the elections.
AICC spokesperson Randeep Surjewala said it was on March 22 in 1940 that the Muslim League in its Lahore session passed a resolution on Pakistan, on the basis of which the League launched a movement for a separate country. “Imagine, the PM of India on March 22 congratulated Pakistan on the anniversary of such a day, and then he sheds crocodile tears on it to serve his political interests,” he said.
Stressing “Modi‘s love for Pakistan”, the AICC said Modi went to Pakistan uninvited on December 25, 2015 for dinner and then invited the ISI to probe the terrorist attack on the Pathankot airbase. It said the irony was that ISI had orchestrated the attack.
Surjewala said the country was asking Modi when would he reduce fuel prices, give jobs to the youth, clarify on the Pegasus scandal and withdraw the farm laws.

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