After seeking evidence for the air-strikes conducted by the Indian Air Force in Pakistan's Balakot, Congress has now stooped to a new low after leader Digvijay Singh cited the ghastly Pulwama terror attack as an 'accident'
Responding to this, former chief minister of Madhya Pradesh Shivraj Singh Chauhan said that some people are unhappy with the respect PM Modi is getting after conducting the strikes and that questioning the might of the Defence Forces.
He said, "To question the might of the Defence Forces, and to reduce their morale this is not suitable. The entire country is filled with pride that first time it has happened that terrorist camps have been demolished crossing the LoC."
"Some people are not liking that because of this the country's respect has grown. Modiji's respect has also grown obviously, and they don't like it. They are so blinded by hating Modi that they're against the country now. Such people bring shame, but today I would not say much," he added.
In a tweet, the Congress leader said: "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.
Furthermore, he targeted the Prime Minister over the number of terrorists that were killed in the strike. He said: "Prime Minister Ji few ministers in your party says that 300 terrorists were killed. BJP chief says that 250 were killed. Yogi Adityanath says that 500 were killed and according to SS Ahluwalia says that not a single terrorist was killed. As far as you are concerned, there is a silence n this matter. The country wants to know the liar.