BJP to Congress: Expel Rahul Gandhi from the party for remarks against the army
Rahul Gandhi should be ejected for his remarks that “belittle” India and undermine the morale of its military services, according to BJP spokesperson Gaurav Bhatia, if Congress president Mallikarjun Kharge is not “remote-controlled” and if the opposition party supports the nation.
The BJP attacked Rahul Gandhi vehemently today for his claim that Chinese forces were torturing members of the Indian Army in Arunachal Pradesh and demanded that the Congress immediately dismiss him from the party.
Rahul Gandhi should be expelled for his remarks, which “belittle” India and undermine the morale of its armed forces, according to Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) spokesperson Gaurav Bhatia. If Congress president Mallikarjun Kharge is not “remote-controlled,” and if the opposition party stands with the nation, Rahul Gandhi should also be expelled.
Rahul Gandhi asserted that China is preparing for war during a press conference in Jaipur on Friday during his “Bharat Jodo Yatra,” accusing the government of trying to “ignore” the threat because it is “asleep” and not prepared to embrace the reality.
He stated that Indian jawans in the area are being “beaten up” in apparent reference to a recent altercation between Indian and Chinese forces in Arunachal Pradesh.
According to Mr. Bhatia, if the Congress does not take action against Gandhi, its former president who is still seen as its primary motivator, his statement will suggest that the opposition party’s ideology is reflected in it.
The BJP spokesman claimed that the Congress had evolved from a political party into a hub for anti-Indian activities.