Digvijaya Singh suffering from a ‘venereal disease’, says BJP’s Gopal Bhargava on Pulwama attack row

Sagar: Senior BJP leader Gopal Bhargava on Friday launched a scathing attack on Digvijaya Singh of Congress for calling the Pulwama attack an “accident” and said Singh is suffering from a “venereal disease”.

“Unki ungliyon aur munh mein ek guptrog hai. Jab tak wo apni ungliya nahin chala lete mobile pe, jab tak apne munh se kuch desh ke khilaf bayan nahi de dete, tab tak Digvijay Singh ko bhojan nasib nahi hota. (He has contracted a venereal disease in his fingers and mouth. Until he uses his fingers on mobile, until he uses his mouth to say something anti-national, Digvijaya Singh doesn’t get food),” the BJP leader said while speaking to ANI.

Bhargava is the Leader of the Opposition in Madhya Pradesh Assembly.

Recently, Singh stirred a political controversy by terming the February 14 Pulwama terror attack an “accident”.

The former Madhya Pradesh Chief Minister, who has made controversial statements in the past, had also questioned the casualty claim in the February 26 strike in Balakot in Pakistan and asked Prime Minister Narendra Modi to come clear on it.

“Prime Minister, some ministers of your government say 300 terrorists killed, BJP president says 250 are killed, Yogi Adityanath says 400 people were killed and your minister SS Ahluwalia says that no one died. And you are silent about this issue. The country wants to know who is a liar in this,” Singh had said.