Rahul Gandhi's clarification on London's controversial statements told why questions were raised on democracy
Rahul Gandhi has given clarification regarding his statements given in London. He said that he had only raised questions about the state of democracy in the country. Rahul said that no other country has the right to interfere.
There is an uproar in India due to the statement made by Congress MP Rahul Gandhi in London. The Parliament session is constantly being disrupted due to Rahul's controversial statement. BJP leaders have also opened a front against Rahul Gandhi. BJP is asking Rahul Gandhi to apologize to the nation. Rahul Gandhi has given clarification regarding his statements on the country's democracy in London. It said that this is our internal matter and we will solve it. Rahul said that no other country has the right to interfere.
Rahul Gandhi has given his clarification in the meeting of the Consultative Committee of the Ministry of External Affairs, called for the chairmanship of G20 by India. Rahul said that he had only raised questions about the state of democracy in the country. He said that I had said that this is our internal matter and we will solve it. On the alleged statement that other countries interfere in India, Rahul said that he did not ask any foreign country to interfere in this matter. No country has the right to interfere inside our country.
It is clear in the meeting by Rahul Gandhi that Indian democracy is under attack. The government is using institutions like ED, and CBI as a weapon against the opposition. He also spoke on the issue of Hindenburg and Adani and said that the Hindenburg Report was not an attack on India. It was against Gautam Adani, an industrialist and his financial dealings.
Rahul Gandhi spoke on this issue in the meeting of the Consultative Committee of the Ministry of External Affairs on the chairmanship of G-20. However, in the meantime, he also targeted the central government of the BJP. It is being told that Rahul Gandhi had heated exchanges with BJP MPs several times during this period. BJP MPs strongly criticized Rahul Gandhi's statement made in London without naming him.