Jaipur, March 16 (KMS): Rajasthan Congress in-charge Sukhjinder Singh Randhawa has raised questions about the Pulwama incident asking that how did it happen.
Sukhjinder Singh Randhawa in a recent address at a Congress sit-in pointed finger to the involvement of Indian Prime Minister, Narendra Modi, in the incident for political gains.
Over 40 personnel of Indian Central Reserve Police Force were killed when an explosive-laden vehicle hit one of the buses of the paramilitary’s convoy in Pulwama area of Indian illegally occupied Jammu and Kashmir in February 2019, months before the Lok Sabha elections.
“How did Pulwama happen? Hold an inquiry. Did he (Narendra Modi) do this to contest the election?” he asked.
“They (BJP leaders) say that there is no bigger patriot than them. Modi doesn’t know meaning of ‘deshbhakti’. Which leader of BJP fought for the freedom of India?” he added.
Randhawa’s statement on Narendra Modi has raised a storm in the BJP. Senior leaders of the party have accused him of insulting the country and the Prime Minister.
Asking for action on the Hindenburg Report, Randhawa had urged his party to end infighting. “I am urging all leaders – finish fighting among yourselves and think of finishing Modi,” he had said in the address on Monday. If we can finish Modi, Hindustan might survive. If Modi is here, then Hindustan will be finished,” he said.
It is to mention here that elections are due in Rajasthan state later this year.