India Politics

To counter Modi’s discourse, Rahul Gandhi shares Rajnath Singh’s video lauding Nehru’s commitment to Indian majority rule government

Days after Prime Minister Narendra Modi propelled the hostile against the primary resistance party and the Nehru-Gandhi family, Congress President Rahul Gandhi shared a video of Rajnath Singh commending previous Prime Minister Pandit Jawaharlal Nehru for his commitment to Indian Democracy.

Rahul Gandhi shared a video to counter Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s discourse where he conjured Mahatma Gandhi and assaulted Congress over the span of marathon answer in the Lok Sabha and the Rajya Sabha to the open deliberation on the movement of thanks on the President’s address.

Notwithstanding, responding to that, Rahul Gandhi shared a video saying, ” Rajnath ji, thank you for demonstrating reality. Satyamev Jayate.”

In a video, Rajnath Singh can be heard saying, “Nobody can deny the way that Nehru was an accomplished Swatantrata Sangram Senani… In the event that there was somebody at the cutting edge in taking endeavors to reinforce the majority rules system in India, it was Nehru…”

Prior this week, amid his discourse, Modi had affirmed that the Congress had partitioned the nation at the season of freedom for its childish advantages.

“This is a similar gathering that separated India. For a considerable length of time, one gathering committed every one of their energies in singing paeans to one family. The interests of the country were over-searched only for the interests of one family,” he said in his hard-hitting address.

Modi had likewise said that if Sardar Patel had been the nation’s first head administrator, at that point a piece of Jammu and Kashmir would not be in Pakistan’s control, guaranteeing that most units of the Congress had sponsored Patel over Jawaharlal Nehru, who in the long run ended up plainly PM.

In the meantime, tearing into Modi at a rally in Karnataka for up and coming get together races, Rahul Gandhi said he is running the nation by looking just in the rearview reflect, “which will cause mischances”.

“…You (Modi) drive the vehicle by simply looking in the back view reflect, which will cause mischances. This nation can’t be controlled by looking in the rearview reflect,” Gandhi said.

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Avishek Rajbanshi

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