For a change, CM Kejriwal saluted Prime Minister Narendra Modi
As many as 19 Indian soldiers were martyred at the Indian borders a few days ago and last week, our army avenged the attacks with huge bravery when they conducted surgical strikes on terror camps across the LoC,” the CM stated. Kejriwal also said,
New Delhi: In a rare gesture, the Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal, on Monday, showered praise on Prime Minister Narendra Modi for cross border surgical strikes.
Kejriwal, in a video message on social media said, “There may be differences between me and the Prime Minister over hundred issues, but I salute the Prime Minister for the will power which he has shown in this issue.”
The Delhi CM, however, urged Modi to prove the authenticity of the strikes to counter the propaganda created by the Pakistan who is continuously claiming that they never happened.
“As many as 19 Indian soldiers were martyred at the Indian borders a few days ago and last week, our army avenged the attacks with huge bravery when they conducted surgical strikes on terror camps across the LoC,” the CM stated.
CM on Pakistan’s refusal:
- Kejriwal stated that the Pakistan has consistently denied that surgical strikes took place. “PM should now bring the true picture in front of Pakistan who is continuously denying the truth,” said CM Kejriwal.
- He said, “But since these surgical strikes took place, Pakistan has become rattled. Pakistan has now resorted to dirty politics. For the last two or three days, we have seen that it’s been taking foreign journalists to the LoC. It has been trying to convince them that the surgical strikes did not take place.”
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It may be mentioned that the central government had been under sharp attack from the opposition parties who criticised the PM for politicising the issue of national security.