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JP Nadda criticises Congress, claiming that its philosophy has been “no mission but commission.”

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New Delhi: Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) National President JP Nadda slammed Congress on Monday (July 26, 2021), saying that its philosophy has been ‘no mission but commission,’ whereas his party has been synonymous with nationalism. He also chastised Congress for ‘believing’ in the ‘no decision is the best decision’ policy.

Nadda praised the measures taken by Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s government to protect India’s defence interests while speaking at an event commemorating the 22nd anniversary of Kargil Vijay Diwas.

“When it comes to a deal in the national interest, the Congress’ philosophy is one of commission rather than mission…. The modernization of the Indian military had stalled during the Congress-led UPA government, but we have now made significant progress in that direction “He stated.

The Rajya Sabha member went on to say, “Previously, a terrorist would come to India and cause havoc for 2.5 years. The army is the same, but if the leadership isn’t right, terrorists can wreak havoc for 2.5 years. They can be defeated in 2.5 weeks if the leadership is strong enough.”

Nadda also stated that the Modi administration provided a fleet of 36 Rafale fighter aircraft and that India now has 28 Apache helicopters, 15 Chinook choppers, 145 ultra-light Howitzers, and 100 Vajra artillery guns.

“While defence has nothing to do with politics, people should be aware of which parties and leaders place a premium on it,” he added.

(With agency inputs)

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