Mumbai: Maharashtra Navnirman Sena chief Raj Thackeray said Pathankot and Pulwama terror strikes were conducted by the Centre to win upcoming polls.
The MNS president predicted another Pulwama-like attack in the future just before the elections.
Thackeray linked Pathankot and Pulwama terror attacks to polls and alleged that all the warnings issued by intelligence agencies prior to the Pulwama attack were ignored by the government.
News agencies quoting Thackeray has reported that MNS chief even questioned why details of the meeting between the National Security Advisor (NSA) Ajit Doval and his Pakistani counterpart in Bangkok were not made public.
The MNS chief claimed the Indian Air Force “missed” targets while conducting air strikes on Balakot. He said the Modi government had provided wrong information to the nation regarding air strikes on terror camps in Pakistan.