Assam Chief Minister Himanta Biswa Sarma has stated the Congress, which had handed a decision in help of Palestine relating to the continued battle between Israel and Hamas, ought to make coalition governments in Afghanistan and Pakistan.
The Congress ought to have condemned the ‘terror’ assault by Hamas on Israel earlier than talking about Palestine, the chief minister informed reporters in Jorhat on Thursday evening.
“They should have criticised the Hamas for taking women and children hostage and then could have spoken about Palestine,” he stated.
The chief minister stated the Congress decision doesn’t have any point out of terrorism, Hamas, girls and kids as hostages, however solely Palestine, which has similarities to the assertion of Pakistan, he stated.
“If you ask me, the Congress should form its next government in coalition with the Taliban in Afghanistan or with Imran Khan or Shahbaz Sharif in Pakistan”, Sarma stated.
The chief minister had earlier slammed the Congress over the CWC decision on the Israel-Hamas battle and equated the opposition social gathering’s assertion to that of Pakistan and the Taliban’s place.
In a publish on X, Sarma had stated the Congress, Pakistan and Taliban “do not condemn” Hamas or deplore terror assaults on Israel and are silent on girls and kids being taken hostages.
Sarma had alleged that sacrificing the nation’s curiosity to politics of appeasement is within the Congress’s DNA.
On the assaults by Hamas on Israeli cities, MEA spokesperson Arindam Bagchi had on Thursday stated India considers them as terrorist strikes.
To a query on India’s place on the Palestine situation, he stated New Delhi all the time advocated resumption of direct talks in the direction of the institution of a sovereign, impartial and viable state of Palestine residing side-by-side and at peace with Israel.