Digvijay speaking ISI’s language to demoralize armed forces: Chugh

Jammu :  The BJP national general secretary Tarun Chugh on Tuesday blasted senior Congress leader Digvijay Singh for his remarks against the surgical strikes stating that the Congress has a habit of speaking the Pakistan ISI’s language in J&K so as to demoralise the Indian security forces.

Chugh demanded that the Congress high command take a disciplinary action against Digvijay Singh and also suggested that Lieutenant Governor of the Union Territory Manoj Sinha take strong note of the former Madhya Pradesh Chief Minister’s anti-national speech.

“The Congress leaders have been always trying to demoralize the armed forces of the country whenever they rose to fight the anti-national elements,” Chugh said here in a statement.

He added, “the surgical strikes were a spectacular achievement of the armed forces which for the first time proved that India could be aggressive as well in fighting the ISI-sponsored terrotism. Instead of saluting the jawans who carried out the strikes, the Congress cannot help adopting an anti-national stance to discourage the armed forces.”

Chugh asserted that if the Congress party did not agree with Digvijay’s statement then he should be immediately expelled from the party for his anti-national remarks and questioned Rahul Gandhi if his Yatra was a Bharat Jodo yatra or was it a Bharat Todo yatra in which people like Digvijay Singh have been at the forefront.

“Earlier, Rahul Gandhi had also expressed his views on the J&K situation which smacked of his divisive mind. Äpparently Rahul Gandhi has undertaken the yatra to encourage anti-national and divisive forces in the J&K,” Chugh added.

Notably, Congress leader Digvijay Singh on Monday raised questions on surgical strikes stating that there is no proof to it.

Rahul Gandhi addressing a press conference at Jhajjar Kotli in Jammu on Tuesday said that views of Digvijay Singh are personal and nobody can question our Armed Forces.