IN PICS: PM Modi Attacks Congress, Says Party Didn't Act After Mumbai Terror Attacks

Maharashtra Assembly Polls Congress Government Didn't Act After Mumbai Terror Attacks: PM Narendra Modi

Addressing his last campaign rally for the Maharashtra Assembly elections, PM Modi spoke of the economic reforms brought in by the BJP-led Central and Maharashtra governments, which he said had no "stain of corruption" on them. (Image: PTI)

Maharashtra Assembly Polls Congress Government Didn't Act After Mumbai Terror Attacks: PM Narendra Modi

"We can’t forget the wounds of the Mumbai bomb blasts.  The then (Congress) government didn’t do justice with the victims' families and the reason for such a stance is now becoming known," PM Modi said. (Image: PTI)

Maharashtra Assembly Polls Congress Government Didn't Act After Mumbai Terror Attacks: PM Narendra Modi

"Instead of nabbing those responsible for the terror attacks, those in power then indulged in mirchi (chillies) business (with the perpetrators)," PM Modi said. "Doshiyon ko pakadne ke bajai unke saath kabhi mirchi ka vypaar kabhi mirchi ke saath vyapar," PM Modi said. His comment "Mirchi ke saath vyapar" was a veiled reference to NCP leader Praful Patel being summoned by ED in connection with a money laundering probe linked to the alleged illegal assets of Iqbal Mirchi, an aide of underworld don Dawood Ibrahim. (Image: PTI)

Maharashtra Assembly Polls Congress Government Didn't Act After Mumbai Terror Attacks: PM Narendra Modi

 

"When evidence with probe agencies after the terror attacks pointed out to masterminds across the border, Congress leaders instead said the attacks were the handiwork of those in India," PM Modi said.(Image: PTI)

 

Maharashtra Assembly Polls Congress Government Didn't Act After Mumbai Terror Attacks: PM Narendra Modi

Describing Mumbai as "city of opportunities", Modi said Maharashtra CM Devendra Fadnavis has provided a stable government in the state. PM Modi said the Fadnavis government focused on the city’s growth unlike the previous "corrupt" Congress-NCP governments. (Image: PTI)

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