Bengal BJP cheif: TMC more dangerous than Al-Qaeda
By  Shimon Chadha | Updated:  Mar 07, 2019, 09:51 AM
The onslaught of criticism on All India Trinamool Congress chief Mamata Banerjee has not ceased since her controversial remark asking for evidence of the airstrike conducted by the Indian Air Force on Pakistan terror camps.
The West Bengal Chief Minister has been condemned by various Bharatiya Janata Party leaders for doubting the Indian armed forces, as far as to being labelled “pro-Pakistan”. The latest critic to be added to the list is West Bengal BJP chief, Dilip Ghosh, who was speaking at the state BJP headquarters.
Ghosh said that Banerjee is “singing to the tune of Pakistan PM Imran Khan”, and is “speaking Pakistan’s language”. He expressed shock at seeing that opposition leaders like Banerjee are committing “anti-national” politics, which will not be tolerated after the upcoming general elections.
He added that the TMC chief and her party are enough to harm the nation, and terror outfits like Al-Qaeda are less dangerous.
Ghosh also answered Banerjee’s doubts by saying that the National Technical Research Organisation had published a report which said that around 300 mobile phones reported activity when the IAF strike happened in Balakot, thus concluding that approximately 300 people were present in the Jaish-e-Mohammad terror camp at that time.
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