Digvijay Singh’s tone changed after the surgical strike statement, said- My heart is for the security forces…

Digvijay Remarks On Surgical Strike: Senior Congress leader Digvijay Singh has given rise to a new controversy by questioning the surgical strike. Not only is the BJP an attacker on Digvijay’s statement, the Congress has also distanced itself from it. After the uproar, now even Digvijay Singh’s tone seems to have changed. During the Bharat Jodo Yatra, he said that he would talk to Jairam Ramesh on this issue. He also said, "I have a lot of respect for the security forces."

Digvijay Singh had said about the surgical strike that the government has not given any proof of it and the government is running on a bundle of lies. Addressing a public meeting in Jammu and Kashmir, he said, "They (Centre) talk about surgical strikes and they have killed so many people, but there is no proof. The Center is ruling with the help of lies. I want to tell you that this country belongs to all of us."

‘Information not given in Parliament’

Alleging that Pulwama has become the epicenter of terrorism, Digvijaya Singh said, "Every car in the area is checked. Why was the Scorpio car not checked on that particular day? A vehicle comes from the wrong direction. Why was it not investigated? 40 of our CRPF soldiers were martyred. Till now the information related to the incident has not been given in the Parliament, nor are the people aware of it."

Congress sidelined

Congress General Secretary Jairam Ramesh also reacted to this statement of Digvijay Singh. He said on Twitter, "The views expressed by senior leader Digvijay Singh are his own. The UPA government also conducted surgical strikes before 2014. The Congress has supported and will continue to support all military action in the national interest."

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