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'

Written By Daamini Sharma | Mumbai | Published:

Moments after Digvijaya Singh termed Pulwama Terror Strike 'an accident' and Issued 'politicisation' spiel, former COAS General V.K. Singh has 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".

Later, MoS General  V.K. Singh took to Twitter and wrote: 

A day after Congress leader Digvijaya Singh sought out evidence of the Indian Air Force’s strike on Jaish-e-Mohammad terror camp in Pakistan’s Balakot, the former Madhya Pradesh Chief Minister resorted to 'strike politics' by terming the Pulwama terror attack as an "accident". Digvijaya Singh took to Twitter and asked the government to release the number of terrorists that were killed in the IAF's airstrike.  

Read: SHOCKING: Digvijaya Singh Calls Pulwama Terror Strike 'an Accident', Issues 'politicisation' Spiel

He then 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.  

Following his lead, Kapil Sibal also questioned the government and asked for proof of Indian Air Force's strike. 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

The questions from Congress came despite Air Vice Marshal RGK Kapoor's statement where he said:

"There is fairly credible evidence with us which proves that there was damage to the camps. Weapons hit the intended target and that they caused the damage that was intended."

The Air Vice Marshal had added:

"Whatever we intended to destroy we have got the effect that we desired. We have evidence to show that whatever we wanted to do and targets we wanted to destroy, we have done that. The decision to show the evidence is on senior leadership."