Nadda slams Rahul, asks whether or not he’s representing India or Pakistan


Tribune News Service

New Delhi, October 25

BJP president JP Nadda on Sunday slammed Congress leader Rahul Gandhi for criticising the abrogation of Article 370, asking whether he represented India or Pakistan.

Alleging that the Opposition had become directionless and had started opposing the country in its antagonism towards Prime Minister Narendra Modi, Nadda said the Congress leaders opposing the abrogation of Article 370 were indirectly supporting Pakistan.

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“At a time when the entire country was celebrating after the abrogation of Article 370, Rahul Gandhi contended that injustice was done to the people in Srinagar,” the BJP president said addressing party workers in Rajasthan.

“We abrogated Article 370 and now there is one flag, one law and one Constitution but Rahul Gandhi gives an argument that injustice has been done to people of Srinagar. Imran Khan goes to the UN with Rahul’s argument. Which country is he representing, India or Pakistan?” Nadda questioned.

“It is unfortunate that the Opposition has gone directionless. It has started opposing the country in its antagonism towards Prime Minister Narendra Modi,” he added.



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