PM Narendra Modi continued his attack on politicians in the Opposition on Tuesday who have been questioning the IAF operation on Pakistan backed terror camps across LoC. He was addressing a rally in Dhar in Madhya Pradesh.
Mincing no words for the Opposition's shocking statement on the IAF strike since the last few days which Pakistan has used as a go-to strategy for its narrative to cover up its backing of terror against India, PM Modi called them 'Pakistan's poster boys'.
"When we are striking on terror camps, while they used to stay mum during after terror attack or they would shed tears on the probe carried out by our brave soldiers.
"Their same has happened again. The air-strike has happened in Pakistan but it is these people who are afflicted with grief. Look at the faces of those in the Opposition, they look like they are facing a mountain of trouble. Those doing 'mahamilavat' in India are now also doing 'mahamilavat' at international level. Just for their own benefit they are doing 'mahamilavat' with Pakistan. They abuse Modi here and are applauded in Pakistan. Their statements are making headlines in Pakistan papers. Their faces are on Pakistan TV channels. They have become Pakistan's poster boys," he said.
"Some are asking proof, some are asking for death counts of terrorists. Some even are calling Pakistan a messenger of peace. They are singing the same tune as Pakistan in an international 'mahamilavat'," he added
Congress completely crossed its limits as its leaders who were questioning the IAF operation now began making facetious statements on Pulwama attack which killed 40 CRPF soldiers.
Earlier on Tuesday, Congress' 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 refused 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.
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