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Under Modi's 9 Years, India Became Bold Nation: Biplab Deb

On Sunday, Former Tripura chief minister Biplab Deb said that under the nine years of the Narendra Modi government India has emerged as a strong nation that dares to enter the house and kill the enemies with a "surgical strike."  

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Former Tripura chief minister Biplab Deb on Sunday said that under the nine years of the Narendra Modi government India has emerged as a strong nation that dares to enter the house and kill the enemies with "surgical strike."  
     
Deb made the remark addressing a gathering at the 'Gauravshali Bharat Rally' held in Gurugram's Jatauli.  
     
BJP Haryana in-charge OP Dhankar, also present in the rally, took a jibe at the opposition parties meeting in Patna, saying their alliance was not for the welfare of the country but to remove Prime Minister Narendra Modi.
     
Today the opposition has no policy, no intention, and no leadership, while the Bharatiya Janata Party has the personality and leadership of Narendra Modi, he said.  
     
Dhankhar also attacked the Congress by terming June 25, the day of emergency imposed by Indira Gandhi, as a "black day" in the history of India.
     
The rally, convened by Union Minister Rao Inderjit Singh, saw a huge crowd despite heavy rain.
     
Rao Inderjit Singh said under the BJP leadership at the Centre and the state, the southern part of Haryana which was neglected for decades was getting fresh attention adding a new dimension to itself with development.
     
Rao said the state will soon lay the foundation stone of AIIMS in Manethi in south Haryana, highlighting it as the only state in the country with two AIIMS.
     
The Union Minister said that only 11 kilometres of highways were built every day in the previous governments, which rose to 37 kilometres at present.  
     
Rao Inderjit Singh was seen sharing a stage with former cabinet minister Rao Narbir, former MP Sudha Yadav, and Pataudi MLA Satyaprakash Jaravata, known to be his staunch detractors.

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