A day after Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal sent a video message to Prime Minister Narendra Modi, urging him to “unmask” Pakistan’s “dirty propaganda” about the Indian Army’s surgical strikes across the LoC, the capital witnessed two protests connected to the issue Tuesday. One was held by the AAP, to protest against Pakistan and its media, while the other was held by the BJP, to protest against AAP chief Kejriwal whose remarks, claimed the party, amounted to “seeking proof” of the strikes.
Kejriwal had asked PM Modi to give proof of the Surgical Strikes so that Indians get more confidence and more will to have faith in the Army. BJP leaders accused Kejriwal of playing politics with the border security at stake.
PM Modi has duly obliged and has asked his secretary to send a DVD of Border to Kejriwal’s office so that Kejri can finally relax. No movie depicts the surgical strikes better than Border. PM Modi has promised that even after watching the movie if Kejriwal demands further proof than he will ask Army to carry out the strikes at Delhi CM’s office.
AAP members have often backed Kejriwal at all times, but distrust in Indian Army is something even they cant take from their leader.
While AAP offered its support to the central government, it continued to seek the same thing Kejriwal had asked asked for, and over which he had been attacked by the BJP: a response to Pakistan’s “false propaganda”.