New Delhi: Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal’s demand from the Modi government to release proof that the Indian Army did conduct surgical strikes on terrorist camps in Pakistan-occupied Kashmir (PoK) has made him top Twitter trend in Pakistan. His demand has, however, earned him bashing at the hands of Twitter trolls and an ink attack back home. kejriwal sparked off a controversy on Monday when in a video message he requested Prime Minister Narendra Modi to expose Pakistan’s false propaganda after Islamabad denied the Indian surgical strikes before a delegation of international media.
Following his video message, Kejriwal faced sharp criticism from the Bharatiya Janata Party for allegedly raising questions over the surgical strikes carried out by the Indian Army on terror launch pads along the LoC in PoK. His comment had attracted huge media attention in Pakistan. Here is how Twitteratis in Pakistan hailing Kejriwal:
Rahul Gandhi also questioned PM Modi over surgical strike! In a full-blown attack, Congress vice-president Rahul Gandhi on Thursday targeted PM Narendra Modi over surgical strikes by Indian Army in Pakistan’s territory. Rahul Gandhi has accused PM Narendra Modi of doing ‘khoon ki dalali’. “Hamare jawan hain jinho ne khoon diya hai, jinho ne surgical strike kiya,unke khoon ke peeche aap (PM) chhupe huye ho,” Rahul Gandhi accused PM Narendra Modi. ((You are hiding behind the blood of our jawans who conducted surgical strikes)
“Unki (jawans) aap (PM) dalali kar rahe ho,” Rahul Gandhi added. “Aapne 2 cheezeein zarur ki hain, ek Hindustani ko dusre se ladane ka kaam kia, baantne ka kaam kia hai,” Rahul Gandhi added in his accusations against PM Narendra Modi and calling him a divisive figure, “Ye desh Modi ji se insaaf chata hai, aur ye unki zimmedari hai. Kahan hai 15 lakh, kaha hai unke saare vaade,” Rahul Gandhi asked. (This nation wants justice from PM Modi; it’s PM responsibility. Where are Rs 15 lakh, and all those promised made by PM) Rahul Gandhi made these remarks against PM Narendra Modi while he was addressing a rally in Uttar Pradesh. He was doing Kisan Yatra in the poll-bound state. Earlier, Rahul had congratulated PM Modi for surgical strikes. Rahul Gandhi’s comment came two days after another Congress leader Sanjay Nirupam had called the surgical strikes by Indian Army as fake asking for the proof of the action by forces