Congress, others must apologise: Javadekar after Pakistan minister’s Pulwama attack comments

Prakash Javadekar

On Friday, Union Minster Prakash Javadekar attacked Congress party after a day when Pakistan Minister Fawad Chaudhary admitted the role of Pakistan in the Pulwama attack last year. Fawad Chaudhary is the Science and Technology Minister in Imran Khan’s cabinet said on the floor of the Parliament that Pakistan did enter India and beaten it to its soil.


Pakistan has openly took the responsibility of Pulwama attack which killed 40 Indian soldiers last year


In the Pulwama attack that happened on February 14, 2019 killed 40 troops of Central Reserve Police Force (CRPF) when a suicide bomber rammed an explosive -laden car into a bus, which was part of a convoy of security forces. In his tweet, Union minister Prakash Javadekar said that Pakistan has now openly admitted its hand behind Pulwama terror attack that cost 40 lives of brave Indian soldiers. He added, that now after everything has come in open Congress and others who talked of conspiracy theories must apologize to the country now.

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Chaudhary also said that the Pulwama attack was the success of country under leadership of Imran Khan

While responding to comments made by Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz (PML-N) lawmaker Ayaz Sadiq, Fawad Chaudhary made the following comments that proved the evil hand behind the killing of 40 Indian soldiers. Sadiq said that foreign Minister Shah Mahmood Qureshi was shaken at the possibility of an Indian attack to free Indian pilot Abhinandan Varthaman, who was hot down during a dogfight amid the standoff in February last year. Responding to the given comment, Chaudhary said that Pakistan has entered soil of India and hit the country while speaking in Urdu. He also added that Pakistan’s success in Pulwama was the success of the country under the leadership of Imran Khan. This is for the first time that any Pakistani official has openly admitted to the attack on Pulwama last year.


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