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Bharatiya Janata Party on Thursday said that congress has shown true face today, after Congress party’s accusations on Prime Minister Narendra Modi over Pulwama attack, saying that Congress party’s content had a striking resemblance with those of Pakistani PM Imran Khan.
Earlier today Congress party spokesman Randeep Singh Surjewala alleged that Narendra Modi was busy with a “film shoot” when he should have chaired a cabinet meeting on security.
In a press conference, Union Minister Ravi Shankar Prasad said, “Congress has shown true face today. When the whole country is one, when country after country passing resolution condemning Pulwama attack and standing firmly with India, at that critical moment the true face of Congress party appears, seeking to weaken the morale of the country.”
Congress had raised the issue of PM Modi not mentioning Pakistan or Jaish-e-Mohammed, which claimed responsibility for the Pulwama suicide bomber attack on February 14 that killed 40 CRPF personnel, in his joint statement with Saudi Crown Prince Mohammad bin Salman.
“When the body of martyrs came, Rahul Gandhi was doing something with his phone. Did we make that an issue? We could have done if we wanted to,” Prasad said.
The Union minister also said that the Congress had a striking resemblance with Pakistani PM Imran Khan’s statements.
“Their style may be different but the content of what the Prime Minister of Pakistan spoke and what the Congress party spoke today bears a striking resemblance. Pakistan must be happy today after listening to Congress pressers,” he said.
“The Congress must understand that regardless of their canards, the country believed in his leadership and his ability to lead the country,” Prasad said.
Earlier,BJP President Amit Shah also lash out at the the Congress, “Congress has used this attack for their political interests. They created an issue of the PM Modi’s presence in a programme on the day of attack. They should know that PM Modi works for 18 hours in a day for the nation.”