Wednesday, October 4

Indira Gandhi divided Pakistan, what was the role of BJP in that situation?

As the 2024 Lok Sabha Elections approach, there is an increase in tension between the two parties, INDIA and the NDA led by the BJP, who have been unyielding in their opposition to changes within and outside the parliament, even before the country’s most significant democratic celebration.

Congress President Mallikarjun Kharge was the latest to launch a jibe fest, where he expressed his disapproval of Prime Minister Narendra Modi and accused the BJP of distorting the work of Congress.

Kharge claimed that the BJP had a habit of deceiving people and using Congress’ efforts to gain political advantage.

Kharge claimed that the BJP’s allusion to the 1962 China war is irrelevant because it was Indira Gandhi who divided Pakistan into two factions, and thus they are not capable of hunting birds.

Despite the fact that Congress has detained and released 100000 people from neighboring countries, Kharge believes that the party’s control over Bangladesh is incompatible with its democratic principles.

During a public rally in Janjgir-Champa district of Chhattisgarh, Kharge spoke about the Congress’ implementation and stated that it was crucial to ensure transparency and accountability.

Following his appointment as the AICC chief last October, Kharge has made a second appearance in the Congress-ruled state and was recently honored by Chhattisgarh CM Bhupesh Baghel.

Instead of answering questions from Rahul Gandhi or the leaders of the INDIA alliance, Modi Ji ridiculed Nehru JHI and the Congress leadership in Manipur.

He suggested that the PM should consider joining a drama company instead of sitting in Parliament.

According to Khrage, Modi is often compared to Nehruji. He was even appointed as the chief minister of Gujarat without contesting the elections. When he became the Prime Minister of the country, a man who excels in drama and works for NBC, should be employed by the drama company, according to his statement.

(With ANI’s input)

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