Lahore without visa, checked their nuke power’: PM Modi takes jibe at Mani Aiyar’s advice to respect Pakistan

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Prime Minister Narendra Modi has responded to Congress’s Mani Shankar Ayiar’s remark that India should respect Pakistan owing to its nuclear bomb and said he visited Lahore and checked its power.

Recalling his visit to Lahore in 2015, PM Modi said that when he visited Pakistan, many reporters questioned: “Haye Allah, bina visa ke aa gaye (Oh my God, he has arrived to the country without a Visa), I told them it was my country at some point of time.

Prime Minister Modi also responded to the allegation that India is behind ‘targeted assassinations by unknown killers’ of terrorists.

Modi said that he knows that the people of Pakistan are worried and he is the root cause of their worries. However, he added that he was unable to understand why some people in India were crying over the issue.

“I know, the people of Pakistan are nowadays worried. I also know that I am the root cause of their worries. But I also know that some people

He said opportunity presented itself to take back the Kartarpur Sahib gurdwara in 1971 when more than 90,000 Pakistani soldiers surrendered before the Indian Army and “we had the trump card in our hands”.
“Had Modi been there at that time, I would have taken Kartapur Sahib from them (made it part of Indian territory) and then freed their troops,” he said.

(With inputs from agencies)

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