"The corrupt Congress party broke the morale of the Army," Das claimed
Katihar: Jharkhand Chief Minister Raghubar Das on Monday criticised the Congress and said that the country witnessed the highest number of terrorist attacks and corruption cases during its dispensation at the Centre.
Addressing an election rally at Haflaganj in favour of Dulal Chand Goswami -- the JD(U) candidate contesting from the Katihar Lok Sabha seat -- Das said the general elections of 2019 will set the course and direction of the country.
It is up to the people whether they would elect a dynasty or give another opportunity to Prime Minister Narendra Modi.
"The corrupt Congress party broke the morale of the Army," Das claimed.
He also alleged that the Congress government did not dare to retaliate in the face of repeated terrorist attacks on key installations.
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