‘Ghar me Ghus kar marenge,’ PM Modi’s strong warning to Pakistan on Mahashivratri

Ahmedamad:

PM Modi showed his “Raudra Roop” (Angry side) to terrorists, Pakistan and Indian opposition parties on occasion of Mahashivratri in Ahmedabad today.

PM Modi became first ever Indian PM to warn Pakistan in clear terms that “Ghar me Ghus ke Marenge” (We will hit you inside your home).

Speaking at the inauguration of New Civil Hospital in Ahmedabad, PM Modi said that Indian has been facing menace of terrorism for last 40 years. He said that “I can’t wait any longer.” PM Modi said he is going to catch those behind these attacks even from the “seventh hell.” PM Modi said that he is going to kill the terrorists, who have taken several lives in India, one-by-one.

मैं इंतजार अब लम्बा नहीं कर सकता। चुन-चुन के हिसाब लेना मेरी फितरत है।घर में घुस के मारेंगे। 40 साल से आतंकवाद…

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PM Modi said that he still remembers that how the terrorists targeted the hospital in this city and then central government took no action against Pakistan. He said that even after 26/11 then central did not take any action against Pakistan.

आतंकवादी पाताल में भी हों तब भी मैं उन्हें छोड़ने वाला नहीं हूं#पीएममोदी

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Modi slammed the Indian opposition parties for questioning the Armed Forces. He said that Indian opposition parties can criticize him in the development work he does in the country. He said criticize me for not building metro, or over building hospitals or houses but “why attack Army” for politics.

He said that the Indian opposition is making headlines in Pakistan which is not good for country.

At the beginning of his speech Modi also hinted at the possibility of carrying out another strike against Pakistan saying that “we have the habit of not stopping after doing something first time.”

PM Modi said that I am not bothered about government or chair, I am worried about country.

After his address PM Modi visited Dholeshwar Temple and perform pooja on Mahashivratri.