Haryana Assembly Election 2019: PM Modi Questions Congress' 'Chemistry' With Pakistan, Says Party Gets 'Stomach Ache' When People Talk About Surgical Strikes or Balakot
PM Narendra Modi. (Photo Credit: ANI)

Haryana, October 21: Ahead of Haryana Assembly Elections on October 21, PM Narendra Modi was present in the state to address rallies and woo voters. While addressing a rally in Sonipat on Friday, PM Modi said, "When we talk of Swacch Bharat or surgical strike then Congress gets a stomach ache, and if by chance anyone says Balakot then Congress starts jumping with pain. Pakistan uses them to strengthen their case globally, what sort of chemistry is this?"Haryana General Assembly Elections 2019: PM Narendra Modi to Address Rallies in Mohar And Jat-Dominated Hisar Today.

Further praising the Sonipat, he said, "This region has made India proud in every field, be it fighting in the wrestling ring or fighting against terrorism. Sonipat means 'Kisan, Jawan aur Pehelwan'.

Narendra Modi said that during Congress rule, no one was safe, be it the jawans, farmers or the sportsmen. Modi said, "Congress indulged in corruption in agriculture and did scams in sports

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On the other hand, Congress president Sonia Gandhi’s only rally in the state was cancelled. The rally, in Mahendergarh, was cancelled just hours before it was about to take place. The rally will be addressed by Rahul Gandhi instead on Friday. This was reportedly Sonia Gandhi's first public meeting after she took charge of the party in August. The appearance of Sonia Gandhi at public functions have become very rare over the last few years.