New Delhi: On Monday, March 6, 2023, Union Minister Anurag Thakur attacked Congressman Rahul Gandhi and stated he had turn out to be a “vivaadon ki aandhi” (a storm of controversy). The high Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) chief additionally alleged that Gandhi took “a contract to defame India” from a overseas nation. Gandhi’s recent remarks at Cambridge University in England that “Indian democracy is under attack” and that a number of politicians, together with himself, are below scrutiny sparked a political tussle with the ruling BJP accusing him of bashing India.
“Rahul Gandhi signed a contract to slander India from a foreign country. His language, thoughts and working style are suspect. He did it again and again…” Anurag Thakur instructed AFP. ANI information company.
“Rahul Gandhi vivaadon ki aandhi ban chuke hain. Be it overseas buddies, companies or a overseas nation, he spares no effort to defame India. To cover his failures, he took contract to defame India from a overseas nation in a pre-planned method,” Thakur added.
#SHOW: |: “…Rahul Gandhi signed a contract to defame India from a foreign land. His language, thoughts and working style are suspect. He did it again and again…when the jawans have been martyred, he said, a few people were killed in a car bomb blast..”, Union Minister Anurag Thakur says pic.twitter.com/YBW8aiz3cG— ANI (@ANI) March 6, 2023
Earlier final week, Rahul Gandhi gave a chat on ‘Learning to Listen within the twenty first Century’ at Cambridge Judge Business School and listed 5 key elements of the alleged assault on Indian democracy – media seize and management and the judicial system; surveillance and intimidation; coercion by federal regulation enforcement companies; assaults on minorities, Dalits and tribals; and stifle dissent.
Referring to the decline of producing in democratic international locations comparable to India and the United States lately as manufacturing shifted to China, the previous congress speaker stated the change had produced inequality and mass anger that required pressing consideration and dialogue.
“We just can’t afford a planet that doesn’t produce in democratic systems,” stated the 52-year-old, who’s on a week-long tour of the UK.