Opposition parties in India have said that the martyrdom of the soldiers of the country should not be politicized.
In a statement issued by twenty-one opposition parties including the Congress, it was said that after the Pulwama terror attack, the ruling party leaders politicized the martyrdom of the soldiers, which is a matter of serious concern. According to The Wire, 21 opposition parties of India, including Congress, appreciated the failure of Indian air force and the counter-offensive by the IAF in Balakot, Pakistan, on Wednesday, saying that in the fight against terrorism, they will be able to get their Armed Forces and Army Are standing with. These parties also accused that BJP leaders politicized the martyrdom of the soldiers after the Pulwama attack, which is a matter of serious concern.
After the meeting of the opposition parties, Congress President Rahul Gandhi read the joint statement of opposition parties in front of the dialogue, in which Pakistan-sponsored terrorism was strongly condemned. In a joint statement it said that all the leaders involved in the meeting strongly condemned the terror attack in Pakistan on February 14 in Pulwama. He paid homage to the martyrs and reiterated the resolve of solidarity with his armed forces and the army in a decisive battle against terrorism. Opposition parties in India also said that after the Pulwama terror attack, ruling party leaders politicized the martyrdom of the soldiers, which is a matter of serious concern. He said that the place of national security is higher than the interests of political parties. According to opposition parties, there can not be any place for national security to fulfill political goals.
According to this statement, the leaders involved in the meeting expressed serious concern over the prevailing security situation and took cognizance of the statement issued by the Indian External Affairs Ministry, in which mention of the failure of Pakistan to try to target Indian military installations. They condemned this misery of Pakistan and expressed concern about the security of a missing Air Force pilot.