New Delhi: A day after Congress vice President Rahul Gandhi stirred national debate by accusing Prime Minister Narendra Modi of 'Khoon Ki Dalali' with the Indian soldiers, Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) President Amit Shah on Friday said that the uproar in Pakistan was enough an indication of the surgical strikes carried out by India.
"People who want to have a proof should go and take analysis of what is happening in Pakistan, they will learn a lot," said Amit Shah at the press conference.
Shah said that the whole nation, including the Government of India, was behind in support for the Indian Army. "We believe in army's bullets, not politicians' statements," he said.
Aam Aadmi Party leader Arvind Kejriwal had asked for proof from the Indian government pertaining to the surgical strikes which were carried out across the Line of Control by the Indian Army, a claim which has been vehemently denied by Pakistan.
"Soon after Kejriwalji made statement on #surgicalstrike he started trending in Pakistan. Soon after Rahulji talked of 'dalali'," said Shah.
The BJP President then went on to congratulate the media for boosting the morale of the Indian Army.