On Monday, BJP leader and Union minister Mukhtar Abbas Naqvi took a dig at the opposition party Congress and its allies saying that they are “crying” while terrorist and their sponsors are being hit. He alleged that Congress is trying to corner the BJP over details of the Indian air strike on the terrorist camp in Pakistan and asked them not to mislead the country and insult the armed forces with “fake and fabricated” stories.
“Is this a coincidence or a partnership? It is unfortunate when the entire country is speaking in one voice to salute our armed forces’ valour, the Congress and its allies are raising such questions,” he said.
Earlier, Congress leader Kapil Sibal on several media interactions told the reporters that “no proof of militant losses at Balakot” to question PM Modi if they are “pro-Pakistan”.
Congress chief spokesperson mentioned the remarks of Union minister SS Ahluwalia that the government never claimed to have killed 300-350 terrorists in the air strike and ask PM Modi to share the “truth” with the country.
Though it has not been confirmed by the Indian Air Forces that how many terrorists were finished. Some media reported that the numbers were anywhere between 300-350.
“The country no longer expect the Congress and its allies to welcome security forces’ action to end terrorism but they should at least not mislead the nation and insult armed forces with fake and fabricated stories,” he said.

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