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If they kill one soldier, we will kill 10: Amit Shah

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Solapur:  Issuing a strong warning to Pakistan, Union Home Minister and Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) President Amit Shah on Thursday warned that anybody attacking India will have to suffer 10 times more casualties.
Addressing whirlwind election rallies in Solapur, Sangli and Osmanabad districts in Maharashtra, Shah said amidst roaring applause: “The whole world has realised it now… If one of our jawans is martyred, 10 of theirs will be killed.” Targeting former Congress President Rahul Gandhi for not supporting the government on issues of national importance, Shah reiterated that the BJP didn’t believe in vote-bank politics.
“We don’t indulge in politics of vote-bank or appeasement… National interest is our only top priority,” Shah said, referring to the achievements of the government such as the 2016 surgical strikes across the Line of Control after the terror attacks in Uri and the air strikes in Balakot following the Pulwama terror attack earlier this year.
On the abrogation of Articles 370 and 35A which granted special status to Jammu and Kashmir, Shah pointed out that the Congress and Rahul Gandhi had attacked the decision, saying that it would lead to a bloodbath. “But today, Kashmir is peaceful,” he said.
He also pointed out how Pakistan-sponsored terror had killed over 40,000 people in Jammu and Kashmir and said that “it was Prime Minister Narendra Modi who ensured that the crown of India was integrated into the national mainstream of the Indian Union.”

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