After Pawan Khera created a furore at the India TV conclave by comparing India's Prime Minister Narendra Modi with dreaded terrorists Maulana Masood Azhar, Osama bin Laden, Dawood Ibrahim and Pakistan's intelligence agency ISI, politicians are critising him for his disgraceful comment.
Hitting back, BJP said that India doesn’t need enemies like Pakistan when it has Congress.
Expressing his anguish, Arun Jaitley said, "The more distasteful comment of the Congress against the Prime Minister @narendramodi ji, the greater will be the public revulsion against it."
Piyush Goyal said that it is utterly shameful to liken Prime Minister's name with terrorists and Congress should apologise for the same.
"Shocking conduct by @INCIndia spokesperson. Demeaning & Disgraceful!," Nirmala Sitharaman tweeted.
Minister of Petroleum & Natural Gas Dharmendra Pradhan said, "It is very clear to see people speak anti-national things in the name of anti-Modi on television."
Suresh Prabhu also condemned it and tweeted,"Highly deplorable!! A leader like @narendramodi who is spearheading fight for national security by raising our own national esteem,be referred in such manner,is extremely objectionable.We strongly condemn such filthy language about elected @PMOIndia.People will Reply in elections."
The Congress Spokesperson was in a debate with BJP spokesperson Sambit Patra who took a strong objection to the deplorable comment on PM Modi and asked to apologise.
Khera was also hooted by the audience as they demanded an immediate apology from him.
Also watch what Pawan Khera said at #VandeMataramIndiaTV conclave: