Digvijaya Singh: Would not have needed surgical strikes if Sadhvi cursed Masood Azhar

Congress leader Digvijaya Singh took a swipe at Sadhvi Pragya Singh’s statement regarding cursing 26/11 Mumbai Attack hero Hemant Karkare. He stated that there would not be any need for surgical strike if she had cursed Jaish-e-Mohammed chief Masood Azhar.

Addressing an election rally here at Ashoka Gardens, Singh said: “Thakur says she had cursed ATS chief Hemant Karkare, who had given supreme sacrifice for the country and is considered a martyr. There would have been no need of surgical strikes if she had cursed Pakistan based terror outfit Jaish-e-Mohammad chief Masood Azhar.”

Singh later targetted the Prime Minister on the terror attacks at Pulwama, Pathankot, and Uri. He said, “Prime Minister had said that terrorists were hunted even when they were hiding in hell. But I want to ask him where was he when Pulwama, Pathankot and Uri attacks happened in the country. Why we were not able to get rid of such attacks?”

Digvijaya Singh further talked about the religious harmony and said that Hindu-Muslim-Sikh-Christians are brothers. “These people say Hindus should get united as they are in danger. I want to tell them that this country was ruled by Muslims for 500 years. No harm was done to any religion. Be careful to those people who sell religion.”

He later landed a scything attack on the ruling party’s tag line of “Har Har Modi”. “In our religion, we say “Har Har Mahadev” but our religious sentiments have been hurt by the BJP as they say Har Har Modi. We all know whose photo will appear on the screen if we type ‘feku’ (liar) on Google,” he added.

Continuing his tirade against the BJP, Singh said: “Mama got scared when my candidature from Bhopal was announced. Uma Bharti refused to contest, Gaur said he is not well. However, just a day before the last date of filing nomination, they announced the candidature of Pragya Thakur from Bhopal.”

Digvijaya Singh’s attacks were to t point. Let’s see how these statements would impact the voting in Bhopal which will take place on May 12.

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