Home minister Rajnath Singh on Tuesday asked opposition leaders to go to Pakistan and find out how many terrorists were killed in Balakot.
Attending a mass rally in Dhubri, Singh said that the opposition is doing politics over the IAF strike at the Jaish-e-Mohammed camp. “NTRO (National Technical Research Organisation) system said there were 300 mobile phones active at Balakot attack site. Were these used by trees if not terrorists?” Singh asked.
Singh also said that if the party wanted to know how many terrorists were killed in the airstrikes, they should go to Pakistan and ask there or count bodies.
Visited Barmanpara BoP in Dhubri, Assam to inaugurate the BOLD-QIT project under ‘Comprehensive Integrated Border Management System’ Scheme. This project will help @BSF_India in fully securing the unfenced riverine area of Brahmaputra & its tributaries on Indo-Bangladesh border. pic.twitter.com/dui6ffPKWP
— Rajnath Singh (@rajnathsingh) March 5, 2019
Opposition leaders, including West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee, Delhi CM Arvind Kejriwal and BSP chief Mayawati, have questioned the government over the veracity of the claims of the death toll after international media reports suggested that were no casualty in the airstrike by the IAF.