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Congress affixed terror word with Hindus but did not respond to 26/11 Mumbai attack: PM Modi

DNA Saturday, 20 April 2019
"When the terrorists attacked Mumbai in 26/11, the Congress government had refused to give permission to the Army to give a reply," the Prime Minister said while addressing an election rally in Bihar.
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