Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) president Amit Shah on Friday lashed out at Congress vice-president Rahul Gandhi for his ‘Khoon ki dalali’ barb on Prime Minister Narendra Modi.
“Rahul Gandhi crossed all limits by his ‘khoon ki dalali’ remarks, his words insult the bravery of army,” Shah t0ld reporters.
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“I just want to ask Rahul Gandhi. Is dalali a word to refer Indian army and their efforts to save the country?” Shah added.
“Rahulji’s comment shows the thinking of the Congress party,” Shah added further.
The BJP chief did not leave an opportunity to attack the opposition for demands to furnish evidence of the surgical strike.
“People who want to have a proof should go and take analysis of what is happening in Pakistan, they will learn a lot.”
“Some parties are raising question on the surgical strike. I think that demeans the Army’s success, it aims to politicise the issue,” he added.