Mamata Banerjee questions timing of Pulwama terror attack before polls

 While the entire nation is mourning the brutal killing of our brave CRPF jawans due to Pulwama terror strike, West Bengal chief minister Mamata Banerjee today raised a fresh controversy by doubting the timing of terror attack.

Asking that why the deadly attack happened right before the forthcoming Lok Sabha elections 2019, she accused that it is an attempt to create communal tensions across the country. Furthermore, the Trinamool Congress (TMC) supremo asked, “Why Centre took no action against Pakistan for 5 years.”

Earlier she had lambasted the intelligence department saying,” “People are asking what was NSA and intelligence doing? This is an intelligence failure. Why were so many vans going together when there is a security threat?”

Incidentally, her controversial remarks come a day after she led a candlelight march to protest the Pulwama attack and had said that country stands by its brave jawans. “The country stands united. We are one and we unitedly stand by our brave jawans. Terrorists are terrorists. They have no religion, no caste,” Banerjee had said after the march in which she and various other TMC leaders were seen carrying candles.

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