Digvijaya Singh Refuses To Apologise For Calling Pulwama Terror Attack An 'accident', Blames "Modi Ji Ki Troll Army" And Gives Justification

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Former Madhya Pradesh Chief Minister and Congress leader Digvijaya Singh resorted to shameful 'strike politics' by terming the Pulwama terror attack as an "accident" on Tuesday.

Written By Daamini Sharma | Mumbai | Updated On:

Former Madhya Pradesh Chief Minister and Congress leader Digvijaya Singh resorted to shameful 'strike politics' by terming the Pulwama terror attack as an "accident" on Tuesday. After attracting flak for his statement, Digvijaya Singh has now posted a counter question and attacked has "Modi Ji ki troll army" for not answering his questions on the airstrike.  

Few minutes after his "accident" statement, Digvijaya Singh took to Twitter and justified: "Is there a doubt that Pulwama was a terrorist attack? Even after this, Modi Ji's troll army has failed to answer the main question".

Earlier in the day, Digvijaya Singh had tweeted: "However, there is a spec of doubt emerging within the foreign media on the creditability of our government in reference to the Airstrike conducted after Pulwama (durghatna) accident.  

WATCH: "Was Rajiv Gandhi's Death An Assassination Or Accident?", Asks MoS Gen VK Singh After Congress' Digvijaya Singh Calls The Pulwama Terrorist Attack An 'accident'

Moments after Digvijaya Singh termed Pulwama Terror Strike 'an accident' and Issued 'politicisation' spiel, former COAS General V.K. Singh put out a question in reference to the Congress leader's shameful 'strike politics' remark. While addressing the media on Tuesday, MoS General VK questioned:  

"You call a terrorist attack an accident. With all due respect, I want to ask Mr Digvijaya Singh: Was Rajiv Gandhi's death an assassination or accident? You give the answer to this question then we will also answer all your questions".

Moreover, following his Digvijaya's lead, Kapil Sibal also questioned the government and asked for proof of Indian Air Force's strike. In a befitting response, Union Minister Col Rajyavardhan Rathore questioned the Congress leader whether he will go to Balakot to conduct inquire just like he went to London to find evidence against EVM's.

Read: "You Went To London For Evidence Against EVMs, Will You Please Also Go To Balakot To Check?", Col Rajyavardhan Rathore Takes On Kapil Sibal For Questioning IAF Strike' Efficacy

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