India claims false assault: Modi faces tough questions in India

India claims false assault: Modi faces tough questions in India

India claims false assault: Modi faces tough questions in India

Modi has faced tough questions in her own country, after misguiding Indian people about the attack on Pakistan and lying false claims.
Karnataka Minister Paranjee Kharjee questioned the Indian claims of Air Strike on Pakistan, saying that air strikes in Pakistan have created doubts among the people.
Andhra Pradesh Chief Minister Chandra Babu Naidu said that cases against him who are talking against Modi are made.

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Former Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Maya Vatty and former Chief Minister of Congress and Congress leader, Sheila Dashshat said that all this tried to gain political benefits.

Apart from this, the opposition and the citizens demand evidence from the Modi government on claims of successful success in Balakot, the former and current ministers started making conditions for conspiracy.
Indian Prime Minister Modi said that the enemies seeking evidence of Balakot attack are happy, such demands are contrary to the imposition of the morale of the army.

It is clear that the Indian government’s claim on the Indian government’s claim on raising questions is raising questions due to which Modi’s government faces severe criticism, while Pakistan’s release of Indian pilot is happy for peace around the world. It is being praised as a move.

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