On Uri Attack, PM Modi Finds An Unlikely Ally, says Nitish Kumar


Leader Narendra Modi, who is confronting feedback from the Congress for security slip at the Uri armed force base – where a fear assault has killed 18 warriors – got support from an unforeseen quarter today.

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Bihar Chief Minister Nitish Kumar said, "Fear mongering is one issue where we ought to be joined together and cease from discovering shortcoming with each other," he said. He included that, "It would send a solid sign to all enjoying and abetting fear mongering."

"We ought to maintain a strategic distance from such examination that how fear mongers sneaked in, as they are likewise profoundly energetic and on a suicide mission. Yet, there ought to be unanimity on the best way to handle them," Mr Kumar said.

The Center, he said, ought to find a way to make an environment against the individuals who belittle fear mongers. Reprimanding Pakistan for the fear assaults in India, he said, "There's no perplexity about the part of that nation".

Prior as well, Mr Kumar had bolstered the Narendra Modi government on the Kashmir issue, saying he remained with the Center in regards to the means taken to defuse the circumstance in the state.

A previous railroad clergyman, Mr Kumar, be that as it may, was reproachful of the Center's choice to get rid of Railway spending plan, saying it would bring no benefit and end the self-sufficiency the Railways delighted in throughout the years.

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