“Rahul Gandhi Sought Europe, US Intervention In India”: BJP Hits Out IG News

News Daily Digital Desk: Rahul Gandhi’s speech in Britain is under intense pressure. BJP alleges that ‘Yuvraj’ of Congress has sought the intervention of America and Europe in India’s internal affairs.

Recently, Rahul was present at a discussion meeting of London’s Chatham House think tank. There he said, “Indian democracy is under challenge.” A few days before that, Rahul attacked the Modi government in Cambridge University as well. According to international media sources, Rahul said in Britain, “Democracy is in danger in India. Why are defenders of democracy like Europe and America indifferent to this issue?”

Meanwhile, BJP has ‘tooled’ Rahul Gandhi’s statement. The ocher camp alleged that Rahul sought the intervention of America and Europe in India’s internal affairs. Former Union Minister and BJP leader Ravi Shankar Prasad said in a press conference, “Rahul is dishonoring India abroad. It’s a shame.” Union minister Kiren Rijiju went a step further and said, “Rahul has become a danger to the integrity of the country.”

[আরও পড়ুন: বিজেপির সঙ্গ বরদাস্ত নয়! নাগাল্যান্ডের রাজ্য কমিটি ভেঙে দিলেন নীতীশ, এখনও নীরব পওয়ার]

It is to be noted that Rahul recently went to an event in Britain and claimed that RSS is actually a radical fundamentalist organization. They are trying to take over all the autonomous bodies of India. In a talk organized at an organization in London, Rahul said, RSS is a fundamentalist and fascist organization. Many self-governing bodies in India are in crisis right now. RSS has taken over all the organizations in India. RSS is like a banned society. It is modeled after fundamentalist organizations such as the Islamic Brotherhood. Their aim is to seize power first through democratic means. Then to end the entire democratic system.

[আরও পড়ুন: যুদ্ধের বদলে কূটনৈতিক আলোচনা! তাইওয়ান দখলে নতুন কৌশলের পথে চিন]

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