Former Madhya Pradesh Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan on Thursday slammed Digvijay Singh for questioning the outcome of air strike conducted by the IAF in Pakistan.
Addressing a gathering here, he said, There is one person here who has been the chief minister of the state for ten years, I will not take his name otherwise I will have to take bath. He insults the soldiers who have lost their lives and in order to oppose Modi he insults Bharat Mata, will you tolerate such people?
His statement comes after Congress leader Digvijay Singh sparked controversy by terming the Pulawama terror attack an accident.
He said after the Pulwama durghatna (accident) and the Indian Air Force (IAF) strike, "sandeh (doubt) is being expressed in some foreign media reports following which vishwasniyata (credibility) of the government is under question.
In another tweet, Singh had questioned the outcome of the air strike and demanded Prime Minister Narendra Modi to come clear on the same.
"Prime Minister, some ministers of your government say 300 terrorists killed, BJPpresident says 250 are killed, Yogi Adityanath says 400 people were killed and your minister SS Ahluwalia says that no one died. And you are silent about this issue. The country wants to know who is a liar here," he had said. (ANI)