Arvind Kejriwal Never Asked Said 'Proof' On Surgical Strikes: Manish Sisodia

When the Indian media reports on Wednesday proved that the surgical strikes were true, the Delhi CM took to the Twitter to congratulate the media, but still demanded the Indian government to expose Pakistani propaganda to the world.

"We said the Prime Minster should put an end to the claims by global and Pakistani media by revealing the truth about the surgical strikes. I want to ask him whether he believes in the capabilities of the Indian Army or not", the minister said. "There can be nothing more unfortunate", Prasad further said.

"Politics is different but nothing should be said that demoralises our army and makes it feel humiliated", he said.

Last week DG ISPR took a group of national and worldwide media to the area where the Indian Army supposedly conducted the surgical raids. Today, Pakistan stands completely isolated diplomatically, strategically and also in terms of worldwide relations. At a time when the whole nation is speaking in one voice, a chief minister has said something that has given Pakistani media and people a chance to question India army action. The officials warned the government not to share the proof of strikes by calling the idea "disturbing".

"Chidambaram has earlier been the home and finance minister of the country".

Shedding ideological differences, leaders across the political spectrum have heaped praises on Modi over the success of the surgical strikes against terror launch pads across the LoC. "Is he also joining the bandwagon of creating doubts and seeking to belittle our armed forces?" PM Modi has asked his party members to exercise restraint on the whole issue. At the time of Congress Government, three surgical strikes had been undertaken but such kind of propaganda was not done that BJP did, he added.

The Minister said a call on making the video public rests with Prime Minister Narendra Modi.

Union minister Uma Bharti targeted Nirupam and suggested the Congress leader might consider taking Pakistani citizenship.



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