In the following video, Gujarat and Bharat's best Chief Minister Mr. Narendra Modi gives an interview to a commentator from a known Anti-Hindu biased news channel's sister Urdu news channel IBN7 Khabar.
The main channel is popularly known for it's Anti-Hindu biased news commentary and it's editor Rajdeep Sardesai is known for hijacking general question answer forums with his own prejudiced communal agenda and deviate from the topic of summit as seen during Hindusthan Times Leadership Summit in 2007. Where he and other pseudo-secular biased audience got befitting rebuttals from Mr. Modi with facts.
In this video, Mr. Modi takes on the commentator, not a news reader because they never give news As It Is without their jaundiced with their biased opinion.
He asked her for their definition of Hindutva. To which, unsurprisingly, she had no answer. Watch out for Mr. Modi's definition of Hindutva, it's amazing.
He asked her how questioning Manmohan Singh's leadership is below the belt? She had no answer.
He asked her, media can abuse me 24x7 on their channels but I can't question Congress's failure on Security and Economy. Is this democracy? She had no answer.
He said if I question family rule of Congress then it is politics, but why can't media, if it is unbiased, question the fact why are Cabinet Minister in Congress led UPA government are openly saying that they don't consider Manmohan Singh as their choice for PM. She had no answer.
He also said, "I have no Personal Ambition, I only have a Mission!".
Please read "Narendra Modi rebuts Rajdeep Sardesai face-to-face" and "Editorial slandering of Hindu symbols by CNN-IBN".
Caution: Following video contains news report from a known Anti-Hindu biased news channel, viewer discretion is advised.
Meet terror with terror: Modi by PTI
Gujarat Chief Minister Narendra Modi today said India should have given a "fitting reply" to Pakistan after Mumbai terror attacks, saying "response to terrorism should be given in the language of terrorism".
"Response to terrorism should be given in the language of terrorism. Pakistan should be made to understand in Pakistani language", Modi said at an election rally here as he ridiculed the UPA government for "pleading" for US intervention to rein in Islamabad after the November attacks.
"Pakistan carried out the attack and they (UPA government) went to America. It is shocking," he said.
"India's Home Minister pleaded on the streets of Washington 'save us, save us, do something (after the Mumbai attacks)", he said, and added "Congress people, drown yourselves".
Modi also made a frontal attack on Prime Minister Manmohan Singh and strongly supported BJP leader L K Advani's statement that he was "the weakest Prime Minister".