”Air Strike Will Help Us Win 22 Lok Sabha Seats” – BJP State President

Former Karnataka Chief Minister and Modi’s state president B.S Yeddyurappa has revealed the intentions behind the recent episode. In his controversial statement that ignited a lot of reaction from Indian citizens.

Speaking to media, he said that India’s preemptive strikes Indian Air Force (IAF) terror camps in Pakistan has created a wave in favour of PM Modi. He said that it will benefit him in the upcoming elections and would help the party win over 22 out of 28 Lok Sabha seats in Karnataka.

“The atmosphere….day-by-day the wind is increasingly blowing in favour of the BJP. The action of destroying terror hideouts by entering inside Pakistan has resulted in a pro-Modi wave in the country, the results of which can be seen in coming Lok Sabha polls” – he said while addressing media in Chitradurga on Wednesday. 


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Reacting to his statement, people condemned the use of Pulwama attack and lost soldiers for political gains. It can be well reflected by how Tamil Nadu treated Modi when #GoBackModi trended on top yesterday when he visited the stare for his election campaign.

KC Venugopal, Congress leader, also condemned his statement and called it utterly shameful. He said that B.S Yeddyurappa’s statement has clearly revealed BJP’s motives and political agenda.

“To use the supreme valour and commitment of armed forces for petty political gain is totally shameful and condemnable. The statement made by Yeddyurappa has clearly revealed the most wicked political agenda well supported by (Prime Minister Narendra) Modi and (BJP president) Amit Shah.” – he said. 

In his defence, after getting reaction and condemnation, he said that his statement has been taken out of context.

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