Rahul Gandhi requested the federal government – who benefited essentially the most from the Pulwama assault, bought the reply – be ashamed

by Jeremy Spirogis
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One Year of Pulwama Attack: The terrorist assault in Pulwama on 14 February 2019 has accomplished one 12 months today. On this event, the entire nation is remembering the martyrs. Congress chief Rahul Gandhi has requested the federal government three questions whereas paying tribute to the martyrs of Pulwama terror assault. On Twitter, Rahul Gandhi wrote "Today we remember 40 CRPF martyrs of Pulwama attack martyrs".

Rahul Gandhi has requested three inquiries to the federal government. He asked- Who benefited essentially the most from the assault? ". <! –

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                 What resulted within the investigation of the assault? Whose duty was fastened for this safety lapse. Earlier, Rahul Gandhi had expressed solidarity with the federal government and safety forces after the Pulwama assault in February final 12 months. Gandhi stated after the assault "the entire opposition is united with the security forces and the government".

On these tweets of Rahul Gandhi, the ruling BJP has raised questions on this tweet. BJP chief Kapil Mishra has focused Rahul Gandhi. And stated that they need to be ashamed. Sharma tweeted "Shy Rahul Gandhi. You ask, who benefited from the Pulwama assault? If the nation requested who benefited from the assassination of Indira Rajiv, then what would you say? Don't accomplish that low-cost politics, be ashamed ''

A 12 months after the Pulwama terror assault, what did the NIA discover out in its investigation

On today, on 14 February 2019, terrorists attacked a CRPF convoy in Pulwama. 40 courageous troopers of CRPF have been martyred on this assault. After this, on the midnight of 26 February 2019, the Indian Air Force carried out an air strike in Pakistan Occupied Kashmir (PoK). In this air strike, the Indian Air Force (IAF) destroyed many terrorist bases supported by Pakistan.

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