#ShameOnDigvijay: Twitter lashes out at Digvijay Singh; here's why

New Delhi, April 17: Congress General Secretary Digvijay Singh landed in a fresh controversy. The senior Congress leader faced tremendous criticism for his comment on Narendra Modi and Masarat Alam.

Micro-blogging site Twitter has been flooded with comments on Digvijay Singh. #ShameOnDigvijay has been trending on top on Twitter on Friday, April 17.

[He 'waved' Pakistani flag in Kashmir and was arrested: Controversy over Masarat Alam explained]

Digvijay Singh

The leader compared Modi a " Adolf Hitler" and called separatist leader Masarat Alam "Sahab (sir)".

Hours after Alam's arrest in Kashmir, Digvijay asked, "Under what section of the law has the Jammu and Kashmir government arrested Masarat Alam sahab? The government must tell us."

He also asked, "What they've said and done amounts to waging a war against the nation. They should be charged under the National Security Act."

Criticising the Prime Minister of India, Digvijay said, "It is the most unbecoming of a Prime Minister to talk about the internal politics of a country. It shows his divisive mindset."

During an interview with a TV news channel, the senior Congress leader was quoted as saying, "He must learn that since 1947 till now, no Indian Prime Minister has talked about the internal politics outside the country. Did President Barack Obama talk about his differences with the Republicans when he came to India?"

[Sorry PM Modi, your "Scam India" remark in Canada was a political one; it wasn't required]

Here are a few tweets on Digvijay Singh:

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