BJP president Nadda has mocked former AICC Rahul Gandhi saying, ‘We saw yet another (failed) edition of ‘Project RG Relaunch’ today. Rahul Gandhi Ji was, as usual, weak on facts and strong on mudslinging’
Bengaluru: BJP president JP Nadda has yet again criticised former AICC chief Rahul Gandhi for his alleged attempts to tarnish Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s image.
"We saw yet another (failed) edition of ‘Project RG Relaunch’ today. Rahul Gandhi Ji was, as usual, weak on facts and strong on mudslinging. Attempts to politicise defence and foreign policy matters shows one dynasty’s desperation to wash their past sins of 1962 and weaken India," Nadda tweeted.
He also added, "Since the 1950s, China has made strategic investments in one dynasty that has given them rich dividends. Remember 1962, giving away of a UNSC seat, losing a lot of land to China in the UPA years, MoU Signed with much fanfare in 2008, funds to RGF and more..."
On the issue of getting briefings from China, Nadda had this to say, "In recent years, be it Doklam or the present, Rahul Gandhi Ji prefers briefings from the Chinese instead of believing India’s armed forces. Why does one dynasty want a weak India and a strong China? Many leaders in Congress also disapprove of one dynasty’s shenanigans!"
"For years, one dynasty has been trying to destroy PM Narendra Modi. Sadly for them, PM Modi’s connect with 130 crore Indians is deep-rooted. He lives and works for them. Those who want to destroy him will end up only further destroying their own party," he added.
Rahul Gandhi had been putting out videos, criticising PM. In his second video put out, he said, "The Prime Minister fabricated a fake strongman image to come to power. It was his biggest strength. It is now India's biggest weakness.”
Rahul Gandhi has been criticising Prime Minister Narendra Modi ever since the Galwan clashes. But members of the ruling coalition have given him befitting replies, but the scion continues with his questioning, only to end up embarrassing himself.
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Last Updated 20, Jul 2020, 4:04 PM