Kiren Rijiju strongly criticized Rahul Gandhi for his recent remarks against
Prime Minister Narendra Modi during his visit to the United States. Rijiju
expressed his disbelief at Gandhi's intense dislike for Modi, stating that his
sole purpose seems to be tarnishing the image of both the Prime Minister and
India as a whole.
suggested that Gandhi's resentment stems from his inability to accept a
"common man" ascending to the position of India's Prime Minister and
emphasized that nobody takes his words seriously.
another minister from the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP), also condemned Gandhi's
statements made in San Francisco, California. Thakur accused Gandhi of
insulting India every time he lands on foreign soil and refusing to acknowledge
Prime Minister Modi's popularity among world leaders.
instances where international leaders have praised Modi, including the
Australian Prime Minister referring to him as "the Boss" and a
foreign Prime Minister greeting him by touching his feet. Thakur argued that
Gandhi and the Congress party struggle to accept these instances of global
recognition for Modi.
Poonwalla, the BJP's national spokesperson, criticized Gandhi as an
"entitled dynast" who mocked Tamil culture during his overseas
visits. Poonwalla accused Gandhi of disregarding the Indian way of showing
During his visit
to the US, Rahul Gandhi referred to Prime Minister Modi as a representative of a
group that claims to possess all knowledge, surpassing even that of God, while
failing to grasp anything substantial.
that the combination of the Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh (RSS) and the BJP is
undermining the Indian constitution.
In response to a question about the treatment
of Muslims in India, he drew a parallel between their current situation and the
plight of Dalits in the 1980s. Gandhi asserted that India was not a fair
society for Dalits, tribals, minorities, and the economically disadvantaged.
criticized the economic inequality in the country and the controversy
surrounding the inauguration of the new Parliament building.
chief Asaduddin Owaisi reacted to Gandhi's statement about Muslims being the
most targeted under the BJP-led government at the Centre. Owaisi claimed that
political secularism has harmed the Muslim community and pointed out instances
in Rajasthan where the Congress chief minister took 15 days to meet the
families of victims who were promised financial compensation significantly
lower than what others receive.
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