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Feb 15, 2019
12:19PM

Amit Shah appeals to rise above politics on national security issue

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BJP President Amit Shah today appealed to political parties to rise above politics and come together on the issue of national security saying these are times when they must strengthen their resolve to make India stronger and safer.

His appeal came in the wake of one of the deadliest terror attacks on security forces in Kashmir.

The Congress had attacked the Modi government, saying incidents of terror attacks have gone unabated under its rule.

Mr Shah said Prime Minister Narendra Modi has assured the nation that the sacrifices of martyrs will not go in vain. He added that 130 crore Indians stand in complete solidarity with the families of the courageous heroes who devoted their life in service of the nation and generations to come will remember their valour.

Mr Shah has also cancelled his all political programs  in the view of Pulwama Terror Attack. 

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