Published: Fri, March 01, 2019
Worldwide | By Angelina Lucas

Senior BJP leader admits Modis aggression against Pakistan will help win seats

Senior BJP leader admits Modis aggression against Pakistan will help win seats

"This is not first time that I said BJP in Karnataka will win minimum 22 seats under the able leadership of Modi ji", he tweeted. The Pakistani military also put out videos of Abhinandan, which India has called a violation of the Geneva Convention.

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The chief of the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) in Karnataka BS Yeddyurappa has admitted that Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi's aggression against Pakistan would help win the party 22 of 28 seats in the state in the upcoming elections, local media reported.

IAF sources identified the pilot as Wing Commander Abhinandan Varthaman. The mega video conference this afternoon is being held amid heightened tension between India and Pakistan.

Samajwadi Party president and former Uttar Pradesh chief minister Akhilesh Yadav also slammed the BJP for trying to create a booth record at a time when the entire country is standing with the Modi government in its fight against terrorism.

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The state BJP chief has also seemingly been so busy thinking of votes that he doesn't even seem to know a fearless officer of the IAF is now in Pakistani custody. Reacting to Horticulture Minister M C Managoli's statement that no strikes should have been conducted on CRPF personnel or terrorists, Yeddyurappa said a minister should not make such irresponsible statements.

Sharing of seats is expected to be a litmus test for both parties with JD (S) demanding for 10-12 seats, while Congress has maintained that seat sharing will be based on merit.

Mr Yeddyurappa has since gone back on his remarks, saying that was not what he meant. "I would like to clarify that my yesterdays statement has been completely misinterpreted", he said.

"The meeting of 21 parties expressed their deep anguish over the blatant politicisation of the sacrifices made by our armed forces by leader of the ruling party. Disgusting", Siddaramaiah said in a tweet.

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