Top Indian politicians are taking money from Pakistani intelligence ISI, claims top Congress leader

Top Indian politicians are taking money from Pakistani intelligence ISI, claims top Congress leader
Shares

*Bhind (MP): Top Indian politicians are taking money from Pakistani intelligence ISI, claims top Congress leader in a new controversy.*

Congress leader Digvijaya Singh has triggered a controversy with his comment that the BJP and Bajrang Dal are taking money from the Pakistani intelligence agency ISI for "spying". The BJP has slammed the leader for the remark, saying he is speaking the "language of Pakistan".

"Some channels are running that I have alleged that the BJP takes money from the ISI for spying for Pakistan. This is totally wrong," he tweeted.

"The Madhya Pradesh police have arrested some officials of the Bajrang Dal and BJP's IT cell. I have levelled this allegation and I stand by it. Why don't these channels ask this question from the BJP?" he added.

Mr Singh on Saturday said "non-Muslims" were spying for Pakistan.

"Bajrang Dal and Bharatiya Janata Party are taking money from ISI. Pay attention to this. Non-Muslims are spying for Pakistan's ISI more than Muslims. Mind this," he had said.

New Delhi