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IndiaWill not rest till those who looted country paid back: PM

Will not rest till those who looted country paid back: PM

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Will not rest till those who looted country paid back: PM

Asserting that he will not rest till those who looted the country paid back, Prime Minister Narendra Modi today asked the voters in Uttarakhand to give exemplary punishment in the polls to people who ruined their future.

He launched a frontal attack on Congress for “insulting” the armed forces by questioning the surgical strikes, “sleeping” over OROP for 40 years and for “indulging” in corruption.

“The time for those who looted the country for 70 years has come to an end. I promise that those who looted the country will have to pay back now. Neither will I rest nor will I let the looters rest in peace till this task is complete. It is time everyone gives an account now,” Modi told his last poll rally in Pithoragarh ahead of the February 15 election.

He exhorted the people to vote out the “tainted” Congress Government that sullied ‘devbhoomi’s’ image turning it into a “lootbhoomi” and “ruined” the state due to its lack of vision to tap its full potential.

He also hit out at Congress accusing it of opposing Uttarakhand’s creation and said it has now aligned with SP the Government of which in Uttar Pradesh then committed atrocities on people agitating for the State’s formation.

Modi asked the people to take a pledge to hand down exemplary punishment in the polls to those who played with their future so that no future Government dares to do so

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