Some glorifying English speakers; Union Minister against Rahul
Union Law Minister Kiren Rijiju criticizes Rahul Gandhi. The law minister criticized Rahul Gandhi for celebrating his speech in the Lok Sabha because it was in English and keeping the Western mindset in mind. Kiren Rijiju tweeted on Friday that many members preach beautifully and eloquently but some try to glorify those who preach in English. The minister’s tweet was in Hindi.
Rahul Gandhi’s speech was taken up by leaders including ET Mohammad Basheer during the discussion on the President’s vote of thanks. This is what angered the law minister. ET said Rahul Gandhi’s speech was a reflection of the spirit of the country. RSP leader NK Premachandran also spoke in reference to Rahul Gandhi’s speech. Social media has already taken over Rahul’s speech. ‘Now we have two different India. In his speech in the Lok Sabha yesterday, Rahul had mentioned that the gap between India and the two countries is widening, one for the rich and the other for the poor.
Rahul criticized Ambani and Adani. Rahul also scoffed that the country was ruled by a double ‘A’ variant. Modi is attacking the people of the country through Pegasus. The government is playing with fire without a sense of history. The RSS and the BJP are weakening the cornerstone of the country. India was so isolated that it could not get a guest for Republic Day. Rahul had said that the Modi government had committed a grave sin of uniting China and Pakistan. Rahul had earlier said that the judiciary and the Election Commission were instruments against the concept of union of states and Kiran Rijiju had earlier reacted against this.
On Tuesday, Rahul attacked the central government during a budget session to thank the president. Rahul said the BJP could never form a government in Tamil Nadu. In his speech, Rahul had said that his Tamil Nadu brother had all the rights of a Maharashtra sister. MK Stalin described Rahul’s reference to Tamil Nadu as being presented in Parliament by the Tamil people, who have unique cultural and political roots that value self – esteem.
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