BJP blames Ajit Jogi for Sukma Naxal Attack


Despite several terror strikes and naxal attacks, Indian leaders will never stand united to fight against all odds. The May 25 Sukma naxal attack stunned the entire country, but BJP and Congress are busy in hitting out at each other. Recently, BJP named senior Congress leader Ajit Jogi alleging that he had a hand in the Chhattisgarh attack.

The allegation was reported in local media on the first day of the brutal attack on the convoy that carried several congress leaders including Mahendra Karma and PCC president Nandakumar Patel.

Recently, Madhya Pradesh BJP president Narendra Singh Tomar blamed Jogi for his alleged role in the conspiracy while addressing the BJP state executive. He demanded an probe into the role of the former Chhattisgarh chief minister Ajit Jogi in the attack.

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According to him, Jogi backs Maoism calling it a ‘social movement’.

Expressing his grief over the death of Karma, Patel and Mudaliar with whom he had worked together before the formation of Chhattisgarh state, Tomar alleged that the Congress wants to play politics over the dead bodies of its own partymen.

Supporting to the allegation, senior BJP leader and party in-charge of Madhya Pradesh Ananth Kumar said that Jogi and AICC general secretary Digvijay Singh were the Maoists sympathisers.

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