JP Nadda Scathing Attack On Rahul Gandhi Says RG Becomes Anti India Toolkit Member

News Nation Bureau , Edited By: Nihar Saxena , Updated on: 17 Mar 2023, 10:41:57 AM

BJP President said a sharp and big attack on Congress. (Photo Credit: News Nation)


  • BJP constantly attacking Rahul Gandhi’s remarks in Britain
  • Congress and other opposition parties are aggressive on Adani group
  • In this turn, the normal functioning of the Parliament is getting affected.

New Delhi:

Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) national president JP Nadda launched a scathing attack on Rahul Gandhi’s remarks in Britain on Friday. He said that he has become a permanent part of the anti-nationalist toolkit. Nadda told news agency ANI, ‘It is unfortunate that the Congress party is indulging in anti-national activities. After being repeatedly rejected by the nation, Rahul Gandhi has now become a permanent part of this anti-national toolkit.

Questions raised on Rahul Gandhi’s intention
BJP President Nadda questioned Rahul Gandhi about his intention on seeking interference of another country in India’s internal affairs. He asked, ‘Rahul Gandhi, when you demand interference of another country in India’s internal affairs, what is your intention?’ He said, ‘At a time when India is becoming the 5th largest economy in the world and G20 meetings are being held here, Rahul Gandhi is insulting the country and the Parliament on foreign soil.’

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Deadlock continues in Parliament on this issue
Meanwhile, the deadlock in Parliament continued for the fourth consecutive day on Thursday with the ruling BJP and the opposition parties sticking to their respective stands. The BJP demanded an apology from Rahul Gandhi over his remarks in the UK, while opposition members pressed for a Joint Parliamentary Committee inquiry into the report by US short-seller Hindenburg Research against the Adani group. Significantly, on Thursday, the Parliament was first adjourned till 2 pm and later adjourned for the whole day amid ongoing protests in both the Houses.

Also read: Deadlock continues over Rahul Gandhi’s statement, Lok Sabha proceedings lasted only 3 minutes in 4 days

The second phase of the budget session of the Parliament started from March 13.
The second part of the budget session of Parliament began on 13 March. This rar is also going on outside Parliament, in which Rahul Gandhi said that he wanted to answer the ministers who had leveled allegations against him in both the Houses. Congress leader Rahul Gandhi recently while addressing a lecture at Cambridge University in London said, ‘Everyone knows and it is in the news a lot that Indian democracy is under pressure. I am the leader of the opposition in India, we are navigating the role of the opposition.

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First Published : 17 Mar 2023, 10:36:02 AM

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