Army is not personal property of Modi. When Modiji questions Surgical Strikes, he insults Indian Army Rahul Gandhi’s recent words against Prime Minister Narendra Modi. Rahul also mentions
Condemning Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s comment that surgical strikes during the previous Congress government were “video games”, Congress President Rahul Gandhi on Saturday said that the former has insulted the Indian Army. “We do not politicise Army. It belongs to the country, not any one person and we need to respect that. Prime Minister should have some courtesy to not insult the Army,” he added.
“Army is not a personal property of Mr. Modi. Surgical Strikes are done by the Armed Forces. When Mr. Modi says Surgical strikes during Congress govt were “video games”, he doesn’t insult Congress, he insults the army,” Gandhi said while addressing a press conference in New Delhi.
“It’s in Mr. Narendra Modi’s nature to cower under pressure. Today the Congress party has demolished PM Modi. The same people who said Mr. Modi is a crusader for corruption, today say ‘Chowkidar Chor Hai’,” he said.
Congress also releases list of Surgical strikes happened during Congress period in social media
In a RTI it states that no surgical strikes happened during these period.