Gaya/Patna, Apr 14 (ANI): Bharatiya Janata Party chief Rajnath Singh has asked Pakistan to shutdown terror camps operating from its soil.
"We will ask Pakistan to stop all terror activities from their soil. We are ready to give military aid to Pakistan in its fight against terror. But if Pakistan didn't stop supporting terror activities, then we will attack and destroy terror camps running inside their soil after taking the support of international community," said Singh while addressing an election rally in Gaya on Monday.
He offered military aid to Pakistan in its endeavour, adding that India could consider attacking such camps if the BJP came to power in the ensuing polls.
Meanwhile, actor-turned-politician Shekhar Suman in Patna slammed Gujarat Chief Minister Narendra Modi for his remarks against the Congress party which he called 'filthy'.
" Modi termed Congress as a 'budhiya'. What sort of comment is this? This is not the language of civilized people. This statement only reflects the sick mentality of Modi," said Shekhar Suman, a nominee of Congress party from Patna Sahib constituency.
Modi asked people to vote for the "30- year-old young BJP" rather than the "125- year-old budhiya Congress." (ANI)