Why did the Manmohan Government want to save the PAK after the Mumbai attacks? Congress leader questions

New Delhi: Senior Congress leader and former Union minister Manish Tewari criticised the Manmohan government for not taking any action after the Mumbai attack in his book. In his book, Manish Tewari wrote that India should have taken stern action against Pakistan after the Mumbai attack. He also wrote that not taking action on Pakistan is a sign of weakness.

Manish Tewari wrote in his book that when a country (Pakistan) has no regrets about killing innocent people, restraint is not a hallmark of strength, but a sign of weakness. 26/11 Was a time when words should have seen more retaliation. Comparing the Mumbai attack to 9/11 in the US, he said India should have retaliated at that time. This is not the first time Manish Tewari has taken his own party to task. Earlier, on the instability in Punjab, he had said that those who have been given the command of Punjab do not understand it. He had also questioned Kanhaiya Kumar's entry into the Congress.

The BJP has also started cornering Congress over what Manish Tewari's book says. BJP spokesperson Shahzad Poonawala tweeted that Manish Tewari has rightly criticised the weakness of the UPA government after 26/11. He wrote that Air Chief Marshal Fali Major had also said that the Air Force wanted to give a befitting reply after the attack, but the UPA government did not allow it to happen. Poonawala alleged that Congress was then engaged in blaming Hindus for 26/11 and saving Pakistan.

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