‘The Truth Is, The World Sees India As A Bright Spot’: BJP Takes New Bash On Rahul | News from India

New Delhi: Stepping up its attack on Rahul Gandhi, the BJP argued on Saturday that India may not be a bright spot for the Congress dynast but the “truth is that the world sees India as a bright spot” and foreign companies are leaving China to do business here.
“Under the leadership of Prime Minister Narendra Modi, the entire world is recognizing India’s leadership today. The world knows what India’s potential is. All major countries in the world, including Britain, see India as a bright spot,” BJP spokesman Sambit Patra told a press briefing.
Slamming Rahul’s speech at Cambridge University earlier this week, Patra said: “At a big university, he tells people bad things about India. While even Pakistan no longer dares to say such things about India in a global forum, Gandhi presents it as a place where democracy is no more and the judiciary has been undermined. He accused Gandhi of discouraging investors from investing in India and questioned whether he was “on the payroll of any agency to bring India down.” “Just because you’re not bright, doesn’t mean India isn’t a bright spot,” he said.
The BJP official said that when meetings linked to the G20 are held in India in the year of his presidency of the group, the intention behind Rahul’s rhetoric against India in Britain is not hidden from the country. “It’s nothing new for Raul ji to go abroad and make statements against the country”.
He said the Italian prime minister recently said that Prime Minister Modi is loved by people all over the world. “Rahul ji, you should have listened closely to Italian Prime Minister Georgia Meloni. The presidents of all countries are clearly presenting their views on what kind of role India will play in the future,” Patra said.
Patra said that Rahul spoke about minorities being treated as second class citizens and said that “Rahul Gandhi and the Gandhi family can stoop to any level to destroy the fabric of India.” He said Gandhi spoke of the drive for harmony and nationalism in China, and accused him of seeing India as an “agreement,” not a nation. “He spoke about the role of the Yellow River in building Chinese nationalism, but he couldn’t see the Ganges in India,” Patra said.
Rahul Gandhi during his lecture at Cambridge Judge Business School on Thursday. Slamming his university speech, the BJP’s Sambit Patra questioned whether he was “on the payroll of any agency to bring down India”


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