NDA govt compromised with national security: Digvijay Singh

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Masood Azhar’s Jaish-e-Mohammed (a militant group) is said to be the mind behind the recent Uri terror attack in India which left 17 Indian soldiers martyred.

Congress leader Digvijay Singh on Monday said that NDA government had “compromised” with the national security as they released the terrorist Masood Azhar, earlier in 1999. Masood was one of the three terrorists who was let go by the then Indian government.

He narrated his thoughts in a chain of tweets, he claimed that Masood Azhar led Jaish-e-Mohammed is behind the terrorist attack in Uri and is assisted by Pakistan. Congress General Secretary also said that “We compromised to let Masood Azhar go after Indian Airlines hijack. Lesson? Never compromise with National Security.”

“Masood Azhar’s Jaish-e-Mohammad behind the attack. Of course with the full connivance of Pakistan Establishment.” “Should also look at the failure of the Army to protect its Army Camp near the LOC,” he said.
He asserted that Government of India should build international pressure to isolate Pakistan.

Masood Azhar with two other terrorists hijacked Flight IC 814, on 24th December 1999, with 176 souls on board. The flight was heading to Delhi from Nepal. They were let go by the NDA government but with a condition to set free the passengers and the crew.

Wefornews Bureau

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