3 AKs enough to destabilise peace, says Narendra Modi

3 AKs enough to destabilise peace, says Narendra Modi

Holding Pakistan responsible for terrorism in India, BJP’s prime ministerial candidate Narendra Modi on Wednesday said the three AKs, Defence Minister A K Antony, Aam Aadmi Party leader Arvind Kejriwal and the AK-47 rifle were enough to destabilise peace in Kashmir and the rest of the country.

While kick-starting his “Bharat Vijay” rallies from close to the Indo-Pakistan border in Udhampur-Doda Lok Sabha constituency in Jammu on Wednesday, Modi said: “Three AKs have emerged as a unique strength for Pakistan. One is AK-47 assault rifle which has been used to cause bloodshed in Kashmir. The second is A K Antony, who informs Parliament that people wearing Pakistan army uniform beheaded our soldiers, while our Army says Pakistanis entered our territory.”

Taking a dig at Arvind Kejriwal, Modi said: “Third AK is AK-49 (Kejriwal) who has just given birth to a new party. The map on his party’s website has shown Kashmir in Pakistan. A senior member of his party is shouting hoarse demanding plebiscite in Kashmir. Pakistan is dancing over their statements.” “These three AKs are sustaining terrorism in Kashmir and other parts of India,” he alleged. Modi also chided Congress vice-president Rahul Gandhi referring to him as “shehzada”.

“Congress leader shehzada says that his party is an idea but I say they are wondering from where has this ‘chai wallah’ come. The country has been destroyed by your idea, the nation has had enough of you,” he said in a direct reference to Rahul.

He said Congress’ answer to every question is secularism. “When we ask about terrorism, they retort with secularism. When we talk of corruption, they speak secularism, when we talk of unemployment, their refrain is secularism,” he claimed.

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