PM Modi and Rahul Gandhi (PC: Social Media)
New Delhi: Former Congress president Rahul Gandhi once again surrounded Prime Minister Narendra Modi after the second anniversary of the Pulwama terror attack. Rahul Gandhi said that Prime Minister Modi was busy shooting the film, ignoring intelligence and had left our soldiers in Pulwama to die. The Congress leader asked, Prime Minister Modi should explain why he ignored actionable intelligence.
Rahul Gandhi targets PM Modi:
Congress leader Rahul Gandhi on Tuesday targeted Prime Minister Modi by tweeting about the terrorist attack on 14 February 2019 in Pulwama, Jammu and Kashmir. Rahul Gandhi said, the information about the terrorist attack had already been received from the intelligence department.
On 14th Feb 2019, the PM was busy shooting a film having ignored prior intelligence inputs and leaving our jawans to die in Pulwama.
Why were actionable intelligence inputs ignored? pic.twitter.com/XZWKuaW4UG
— Rahul Gandhi (@RahulGandhi) February 16, 2021
Despite this, Prime Minister Modi did not take any step. The Prime Minister left our soldiers to die in Pulwama and got busy shooting for the film himself. Rahul asked why PM Modi ignored the inputs from Intelligence Department.
Two Years of Pulwama Terror Attack:
Let us tell you that on February 14, 2019, there was a terrorist attack on a convoy of CRPF personnel in Pulwama. More than 40 soldiers killed and many injured in this terrorist attack. On the day of the attack, Prime Minister Modi was shooting in the Indian jungles. Shoot was with Beer Grills for Discovery Channel.
On the anniversary of the Pulwama attack, the Congress party attacked the Modi government over the army budget. The Congress party had alleged that our army is fighting a war on two fronts simultaneously, the weak government of the other country has reduced the military budget to bring down the morale of the army. Modi government is insulting the soldiers.
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