"Pak Trying To Sell Bombs, But...": PM On Congress Leader's "Atom Bomb" Remark

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Prime Minister Narendra Modi slammed Congress leader Mani Shankar Aiyar for his 'Pakistan has atom bomb' remark and accused the party of finding ways of scaring the people of India. While addressing a public meeting in Odisha's Kandhamal, PM Modi also took a jab at Pakistan's poor economic condition. "Time and again Congress tries to scare its own country. They talk about Pakistan's bombs, but the condition of Pakistan is such that they don't know how to keep them. They are looking for buyers to sell their bombs but no one wants to buy them as people know about the poor quality," he said.

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