BJP will turn up poll heat on airstrike sceptics: Sushma
THE Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) will use leaflets to ask people whether they would vote for parties that questioned the valour of the country’s Armed Forces in connection with the February 26 airstrike and the aerial engagement with Pakistan fighter jets the next day.
Speaking at a gathering of the BJP's women workers here on Sunday, senior leader and External Affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj signalled that the military action against Pakistan after the February 14 Pulwama attack would be a poll issue for the ruling party.
“We should ask questions about whether our jawans should count the dead bodies (after dropping bombs on terror camps) or return safely after carrying out the airstrike. BJP workers should ask counter-questions to those who raise doubts about the impact of our airstrike,” Swaraj said.
Raaahmedia.Com brings together partners in Raaah, PMC, and United Internet that own and operate successful content brands and distribution businesses across television, print, and the internet, and have technology.