Satyapal Malik Comments on Pulwama Incident

Satyapal Malik Comments on Pulwama Incident

Satypal Malik | Delhi/Hyderabad, April 15 (Hydnow) Satyapal Malik, who acted as the last Governor of the State of Jammu and Kashmir, revealed sensational things, alleging that the attack on CRPF jawans in Pulwama in 2019 was due to Modi’s incompetence. He said that the Prime Minister had made an irreparable mistake in the case of attacks on the BBC.

Courtesy to some section of the press, (Namasthe Telangana) here today, it is said that Satyapal Malik said that in 2019, when the Pulwama attack took place, in the same year when Article 370 was abrogated in Jammu and Kashmir and the state was made a union territory. Satya Pal Malik, who was the government in an interview with “The Wire”, accused the Central negligence of the attack on the CRPF convoy in Pulwama. At the time when Rajnath Singh was the Union Defence Minister, the CRPF asked for an aircraft to transport its soldiers, but the Home Ministry refused, adding that the route traveled by the soldiers is not very safe in terms of security. He said that when Modi called him from outside Corbett Park after this incident in which 40 CRPF jawans were killed, he explained to him all the mistakes in the incident. He said Modi told him to stay calm and not talk to anyone. He said that Ajit Doval also called him specially and told him not to say anything. He revealed that he understood that the BJP government acted like this with the thought of benefiting from the elections

It is alleged that there was a gross failure of intelligence in connection with this incident. Intelligence failed to detect a vehicle from Pakistan with 300 kg of RDX, which roamed freely on the roads of villages and towns in Jammu and Kashmir for 10-15 days. (Hydnow)


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