Union minister Mukhtar Abbas Naqvi on Tuesday said the Congress should not try to become an "international expert on national security" because the analysis of such "ignorant analysts" worsens the situation.
Union minister Mukhtar Abbas Naqvi on Tuesday said the Congress should not try to become an “international expert on national security” because the analysis of such “ignorant analysts” worsens the situation.
“Every second leader of the Congress is talking in such a manner that he is an ‘international expert on national security’. They are saying had this been done, then the terrorists would not have entered Pathankot, had this been done, then there would not have been attack on national security,” Naqvi told reporters here.
“Such expert comments were not heard during 10 years regime of these ‘intellectual Congress people’,” he added.
Naqvi said the Narendra Modi government and the security forces have been working with strong nationalistic commitment on the issues of national security and terrorism. “Security of the nation is in strong hands.”
He also appealed to Congress leaders to stop their misleading comments on the sensitive issue of national security.
“Congress leaders should not give any such comment which creates confusion on sensitive issues such as nation’s security. The country will never tolerate this. Nation’s voice and commitment to national security is strong. India’s safety and dignity is priority of the entire nation,” Naqvi said.