Big Revelation! Congress dismissed Indian Army’s suggestion of Surgical Strike after 26/11 attacks

They say when time stands against you; your good deeds also turn to be negative against you! We won’t be wrong if we say that Congress is going through such a bad time. They have been through all good times in the past though committing every possible scam. Now it’s probably time to pay back each one of them.

Well, this latest attempt of Congress has grabbed all attention throughout the nation. Congress had previously opposed the timing of the film “Uri-The Surgical Strike” release, as it comes just months before the general elections. What pricks the eye of the Grand old party, is the theme of the movie ‘surgical strikes’!

Revealing the true face of Congress and its intentions towards the nation and also questioning its intentions, Actor Paresh Rawal, who stars in the upcoming movie has alleged that the Congress-led government dismissed the idea of surgical strikes following the 26/11 terror attacks in Mumbai.

While talking to ANI during an interview, “Instead of standing alongside our Army and supporting them, the government said no,” the actor said. Questioning Congress’ intentions behind dismissing suggestion of surgical strike during the 26/11 attack, Rawat said, “People started doubting our Army’s strength. Why did the government say no? Was it worried about the vote bank?”

It is not hidden from the people that Congress has often accused the Narendra Modi government of using the strikes for political gain, and on the other hand its President Rahul Gandhi has also claimed that the Army had conducted three similar strikes during the former PM Manmohan Singh’s tenure but never publicized it. According to the Congress President, the party alone knows about its details which is quite strange and not acceptable.The General who led the surgical strikes, Lt General DS Hooda, had also said that while it was much needed, it has been politicised and overhyped.

Prime Minister PM Narendra Modi who has always answered all the doubts that other people had about Indian Army’s strength has always stood for safeguarding the nation from danger or the Pakistan attack.Not forgetting to mention our PM the veteran actor said, “All these doubts were answered when Narendra Modi took a stand and said that a surgical strike will take place. It was only a matter of political will. We had a strong Army which was ready and prepared for the attack.”

“It was important to show Pakistan that we know how to answer them and that we surely have the strength to,” he said. Speaking about his upcoming film ‘Uri: The Surgical Strike’, the actor said that it is a political thriller and “is about the preparation that goes into such an attack.” It is mainly based on the Indian army’s effective surgical strikes in Pakistan-occupied Kashmir following the attacks in Jammu and Kashmir’s Uri town on the 29th of September, 2016.

Source: Republic World