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Wing Commander's return of acclamation, victory of Indian diplomacy: Amit Shah


BJP president Amit Shah said on Friday that it would be a victory for Indian diplomacy, forcing Pakistan to return to the Wing Commander's acclamation present in such a short time.
"After the air strikes in response to the Pulwama terror attack, Pakistan has now become isolated at the global level," said Amit Shah in a magazine programme. It is also India's diplomatic victory. He further said that by taking action against the Pakistan-based terrorists, the Modi government has succeeded in creating terror in those who are involved in terrorism.
The message has also reached that India is no longer a government that was between 2004 and 2014. When asked about Pakistani Prime Minister Imran Khan's talks, Amit Shah said, "he did not speak of the two words of condemnation that the incident (Pulwama attack) was wrong. They should condemn him.
How we can trust you. What are you saying? Would you say and we will listen to you without knowing your intentions? ' Amit Shah said, "Imran Khan may not be in an amok, but he should have spoken with the least tongue and condemn the attack.
Criticizing the then-Met government for not responding to the enemy's retaliation after the 2008 Mumbai attacks, the BJP president said, the Modi government is the best government after independence in the case of retaliation for terrorism. "Our policy against terrorism is zero tolrace and the Modi government has the power to implement it. We will answer smashing whenever we will attack. Before doing anything the enemy would think 10 times now. '
Hitting the opposition, Shah said that the joint statement of the opposition parties had created happiness in Pakistan and its media. Criticizing former Prime Minister Manmohan Singh's statement, he said that Pakistan and India cannot be compared, one is a terrorism sponsor and the other is taking action in self-defense.
On the statement of Karnataka BJP President BS Yeddyurappa, Shah said he was just analyzing the present situation, but he said he should not say so.

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