Satya Pal Malik fears BJP govt could repeat Pulwama-like false flag operation to win elections

NEW DELHI: Satya Pal Malik, the Modi government’s former governor in Indian illegally occupied Jammu and Kashmir has revealed that the Bharatyia Janata Party government could repeat another Pulwama like false flag operation to win general elections in 2024.

Satya Pal Malik in a recent interview, which was shared by Peoples Democratic Party President Mehbooba Mufti on her twitter handle said, “I fear [these people] could do any untoward incident. They can orchestrate an attack on Ram Temple. They can plot to kill a BJP leader. If they can do Pulwama attack, they can do anything. They don’t care of parliament.”

In the interview, he advised the BJP government led by Narendra Modi to leave power for now, or else defeat is its destiny. “I guarantee that they will not win 2024 elections, and they know it,” he added.

Commenting on the Satyapal Malik’s claim, Mehbooba Mufti in a tweet said, “Looks like Satyapal Malik’s recent claims about a desperate BJP sensing defeat in 2024 elections & desperately resorting to dangerous measures is coming true. The ruling party’s actual agenda of ‘sab ka vinaash’ to stay in power has begun.”

It is worth mentioning here that earlier in April 2023, in an explosive interview to Karan Thapar for The Wire, Satya Pal Malik painted a damning picture of prime minister Modi and his closest advisors.

In the interview, he spoke about the Indian home ministry’s lapses which led to the devastating attack on Indian soldiers in Pulwama in February 2019.

Malik revealed that the attack on the Central Reserve Police Force convoy in Pulwama was a result of “incompetence” and “laparvahi” by the Indian system and specifically the CRPF and the home ministry.

 

 

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