Mumbai: Maharashtra Navnirman Sena chief Raj Thackeray has made a big statement about the Pulwama attack. Raj Thackeray said that for the general election elections, another incident like Pulwama could decrease in the near future. Raj Thackeray also targeted PM Modi and described his statement on Raphael as “an insult to the jawans”. Let me tell that PM Modi had recently said that if Rafale was in the air, Balakot could have more firepower in the air strikes on terrorist bases.
Raj Thackeray was addressing party workers on the occasion of the 13th Raising Day of Maharashtra Navnirman Sena (MNS). At least 40 soldiers of the Central Reserve Police Force were martyred in a suicide attack on February 14 in Pulwama, Jammu Kashmir. Thackeray alleged that before the Pulwama attack, the warnings of intelligence agencies were ignored.
Was Amit Shah Co-Pilot During Air Attacks? – Raj Thackeray
The MNS chief said raising the question, “40 soldiers were killed in the Pulwama attack, should we not even ask the question.” In December, National Security Advisor Ajit Doval met the National Security Advisor of Pakistan in Bangkok. Who will tell us about. ” Talking about the number of terrorists killed in the Balakot attack, speaking against BJP President Amit Shah, Thackeray said that Shah was a co-pilot during the air strikes.
Thackeray claimed that the Indian Air Force “missed” the target in Balakot because the Modi government had misinformed him. He said, “If the Prime Minister himself says that Rafael Jet would be better in the country, the result would have been better, it is an insult to our soldiers.” Describing the killing of terrorists in the air strikes as disputed, Thackeray said that if this were the case then the Indian Wing Commander congratulations no longer allowed him to return to Pakistan.
Real enemy is out of the country or within the country? – Raj Thackeray
The MNS chief said, “There is a limit to lying. There is a lie to win elections. There will be another attack like Pulwama in the next two months to win the election.” Referring to the debate between India and China on Dokalam in 2017, Thackeray said that the Prime Minister had told the public that he should stay away from the Chinese stuff, although he failed to tell that the statue of Sardar Vallabhbhai Patel in Gujarat Where did the used goods come from?
Raj Thackeray said, “The real enemy is out of the country or inside the country.” Linking the attacks in Pathankot in 2015, Thackeray said, “Prime Minister Modi had met with Pakistan’s then Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif in December and gave him a cake on his birthday.” Meanwhile, Thackeray said that no talks are being held with any other party of his party for the general elections. MNS chief wants to join Congress, NCP alliance