On National Security

Manish tiwari ji Mon, 31 Oct 2016

On National Security

Spokesperson: Shri Manish Tewari: He quoted “Are you not weak? If indeed you are a strong Government, the country needs proof of that”. Now I am not saying this. Shri Narendra Modi said this on the 04th of May 2009 at 3.35 pm in the afternoon On China’s intrusions, to Pakistan’s ambushes “UPA Government has been absolutely lax in securing India’s borders”. Shri Narendra Modi on Twitter 06th August 2013 at 10.58 am. “Can assure that without my permission no one can come, these terrorists who came were the last” said Defence Minister Mr. Parrikar - after the Pathankot attack “If Modi becomes Prime Minister, Pak intruders would not dare to cross the border. Amit Shah 23 April 2014”. ”Border ki security hum aise ensure karein gey, ki chooha bhi ghusne ki koshish na kare”, - HomeMinister Shri Rajnath Singh 22nd March 2015. We will not say all this what they said. We will not say all this. For unlike them, we do not do politics with National security. Monday, 19th September, 2016


Recruiting Mercenaries Spokesperson: Shri Tom Vadakkan: He said that yesterday the Vice Chancellor of the Global University of Terrorism Mr. Nawaz Sharif addressed the United Nations. He is traveling abroad to recruit mercenaries for his Faculty and funding for his projects. The global community is fully sensitized on his activities. I have nothing to add further because globally the reality that the Pak Establishment is indulging in terrorism has been recognized.


The Indian National Congress salutes the sacrifice of 18 brave soldiers who have been martyred in the cowardly Uri attack in J&K. This is an attack on our National conscience and the perpetrators should be brought to book at the earliest. Prior to 2014 election Mr. Narendra Modi Ji consistently counseled Congress Government to stop writing love letters to Pakistan. Modi Ji used to often quote rhetoric of his 56” chest as also bringing 10 heads back in exchange of one besides asking Government answer Pakistan in the language they understood. Friday, 23rd September, 2016