Balakot attack was to teach voters, former Indian Navy chief

Balakot attack was to teach voters, former Indian Navy chief

Balakot attack was to teach voters, former Indian Navy chief

New Delhi: Former Indian Navy, Ram Das choked Modi and his party Bharatiya Janata Party’s conspiracy, saying that Balakot action was raised to bring voters.

According to the International News Agency, with every passing moment, Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi and the ruling party Bharatiya Janta party face exposure to Indians now after the global media. Former military officers also started taking Modi.

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Expressing concern over Prime Minister Modi’s behavior in the letter written by the Election Commission of India, Indian navy chief Admiral retired Ram Das said that the Indian army has always been in the form of non-political and secular values, but the military I have got the threat of spreading Hindu extremism.
Admiral Retired Ram Das revealed that Balakot action was taken to cater to voters, action was taken only in Pakistan for political benefit, for which Indian Air Force was used, Balakot’s air action is against the military’s values.

Former Indian navy chief Admiral Ram Das demanded the election commission to take measures that no political party should do to fight warrior messages or fight against the war to stop the political exploitation of the army, or the fire Everyone will burn

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