According to Nadda, Rahul Gandhi has integrated himself into the “anti-nationalist toolkit.”
Mr. JP Nadda, national president of the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP), stated that Rahul Gandhi has become a permanent fixture of the “anti-nationalist toolkit.” He made this statement in response to remarks Gandhi made in the UK.
Sadly, the Congress party is engaging in anti-national acts. Rahul Gandhi is now an indelible component of this anti-nationalist toolkit after being consistently denied by the people, Mr. Nadda told ANI.
When Rahul Gandhi demanded that another country get involved in India’s domestic affairs, he questioned his intentions.
The BJP president continued, “Rahul Gandhi is disrespecting the country and the Parliament on foreign territory at a time when India is rising to become the fifth-largest economy in the world and the G20 meetings are being hosted here.”
However, the opposition parties and the BJP in power both stuck to their positions on Thursday, prolonging the gridlock in Parliament for the fourth straight day. Rahul Gandhi was asked to apologize by the BJP for his comments made in the UK, and members of the opposition urged for a “joint parliamentary committee” investigation on the US short-seller Hindenburg Research’s research on the Adani Group.
As a result of ongoing demonstrations in both houses, Parliament was first suspended until 2 p.m. and then for the day. March 13 marked the start of the second phase of the ongoing budget process.
Rahul Gandhi said he wants to answer to the ministers who levelled accusations against him at the two Houses; therefore, the fight also took place outside of Parliament.
Rahul Gandhi, the head of the Congress, recently declared during a lecture at Cambridge University in Britain that “Indian democracy is under strain and under attack.” This is well known and has been in the news frequently. We are navigating that area; I am a leader of the opposition in India.