On the day of Parliament attack, PM Modi shook hand with former PM Manmohan Singh. After the war of words during the Gujarat elections now finally, BJP’s leader PM Modi and Congress Senior leader former PM of India Manmohan Singh come together to pay tribute to the brave hearts who have lost their lives in the massive attack of 2001. On 13th December 2001, LeT and JeM militants attacked the Parliament which is known as the Temple of Indian Democracy. PM Modi and his predecessor Manmohan Singh greeted each other with folded hands and shook hands on the memorial event of Parliament attack.
Today, while marking the 16th anniversary of the horrifying attack on Indian Parliament, PM Modi met Congress Senior leader Manmohan Singh. They came face to face during an event at the parliament to pay homage to those who laid their lives for saving Parliament and people inside the temples. However, the Congress former President Sonia Gandhi and the newly elected Congress president Rahul Gandhi were also presented at the memorial event, but they did not meet PM Modi. The Congress and BJP are the two major parties which fighting against each other for the Gujarat Election 2017.
Moreover, the Gujarat Campaign marked the controversial war of words between the two major parties. And it led to many unacceptable comments for each other parties and leaders. Although, after the continuous war of words today PM Modi and his predecessor came face to face and shook hands with warm greetings. This meeting of both leaders has shocked the people. Today, on the day of Parliament attack Ministers pays tribute to the brave hearts who have lost their lives in the encounter with 5 terrorists. Also, they managed to kill 5 militants. In this horrifying attack around, 6 Delhi police personnel and 2 Parliament service personnel lost their lives, in total 14.