In an attempt to put pressure on the NDA government, the Delhi CM had on Monday asked it to come up with proof of the cross-LoC strikes that the army said had inflicted “significant strikes” on terrorists.
Kejriwal had, however, lauded Prime Minister Narendra Modi for showing the willpower to combat terrorism and urged him to expose “Pakistan’s false propaganda” about last week’s surgical strikes.
“I may have 100 differences with the PM, but I salute him for his willpower to combat terrorism,” the Delhi chief minister says before drawing Modi’s attention to “Pakistan’s false propaganda”.
The AAP leader says Pakistan took a bus load of foreign journalists on its side of the Line of Control to show everything was normal in the area.
“My blood started boiling on seeing the report,” Kejriwal said, referring to reports in the foreign media questioning India’s claims.
However, the video message took the BJP by surprise. Though, initially, the BJP leaders were glad that Kejriwal had too acknowledged the superiority of Narendra Modi’s leadership, but after watching the full video, they agreed that in the garb of saluting the PM, the Delhi CM actually raised doubts over the government’s narrative of the surgical strike.