With worldwide celebrities and activists like Rihanna and Greta Thunberg tweeting in help of farmers’ protest in India, the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) on Wednesday slammed the Congress and its chief Rahul Gandhi for politicising the problem. BJP chief Sambit Patra mentioned neither Rahul Gandhi, nor Rihanna (worldwide pop star) is aware of something about agriculture.
Speaking throughout a press convention that got here shortly after Rahul Gandhi’s interplay with the media, Patra accused the Congress chief of instigating violence. “There is not any establishment within the nation that may stand with anarchists and rioters of twenty sixth January. Are these folks related to Rahul Gandhi, that he’s prepared to offer authorized assist to them?” Patra requested.
“In 1998, Congress authorities in Madhya Pradesh had opened indiscriminate firing at a farmers’ rally within the state. 28 farmers have been killed. Today, Rahul Gandhi is attempting to query us? On what grounds?” he went on so as to add.
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Rahul Gandhi, Rihanna and all those that are tweeting on farmers’ protest, did anybody elevate their voice when Mahatma Gandhi’s statues have been vandalised within the US, Patra mentioned
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Responding to Rahul Gandhi’s cost that the federal government didn’t announce a lot for the defence ministry in Union Budget 2021, Patra mentioned no different authorities has spent a lot on fashionable devices as the current authorities has below PM Modi’s management. He requested Rahul Gandhi “did you see Rafale flying throughout Bengaluru Aero present right this moment?”, and slammed the Congress social gathering for delaying the procurement of Rafale fighter jets.
Sambit Patra additionally mentioned nobody amongst those that at the moment are tweeting on protest raised their voice when rioters attacked Delhi Police personnel with swords throughout Republic Day tractor march in Delhi.
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