BJP questions Congress’ march in support of Rahul Gandhi


NEW DELHI: The BJP on Friday questioned the Congress’ march in help of its chief Rahul Gandhi after he was convicted in a legal defamation case.

The Congress MP was sentenced to 2 years imprisonment together with a effective of Rs 15,000 by a Surat court docket on Thursday for his “Modi surname” comment in April 2019.

Questioning the Congress’ stand, Union Minister and BJP chief Bhupender Yadav mentioned, Rahul has insulted your entire OBC group.

“I want to know why they want to take out this march. Is the party taking out this march because it has the right to humiliate the OBC community,” he questioned.

“He abused a ‘surname’… If there is a judicial decision, a march should be taken out against it… Will it not be an insult to the country’s judiciary,” the Union Minister requested.

“Rahul is a habitual liar and on a constant mode to defame India. Moreover, his words — reflecting his psychology of disrespect towards the OBCs — is very much shameful,” he mentioned.

On Parliament logjam, Yadav mentioned: “The irresponsible behavior of the opposition, its actions resulting in non-functioning of the Parliament, disrespecting parliament on a foreign land reflect the anti-democratic stance of the Congress.”

Alternatively, BJP chief JP Nadda mentioned, Rahul ignored the choice of repeatedly explaining and apologizing to the society and the court docket, and harm the emotions of the OBC society.

The BJP chief alleged that even after being sentenced, Rahul and the Congress, on account of their vanity, are continuously adamant on their statements and are hurting the emotions of the OBC group.

Throughout a rally in 2019, Rahul had mentioned: “Why do all these thieves have Modi as their surname? Nirav Modi, Lalit Modi, Narendra Modi.”

Modi surname belongs to principally individuals from the oil presser caste who’re a part of the OBC.

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