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. When Republic TV confronted the Congress leader and asked him seven questions in reference to his controversial statement, Digvijaya Singh refused to reply and evaded all seven of them.
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.
Even after receiving flak for his statement, Digvijaya Singh refuses to apologise for calling Pulwama terror attack an 'accident' and went ahead to blame "Modi Ji Ki Troll Army" for not giving proof for the airstrike conducted by IAF on JeM's terror camps.
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".