PM Modi fabricated a fake strongman image: Rahul Gandhi

Former Congress president Rahul Gandhi released a new video on Monday, targeting PM Narendra Modi. This video is related to the India-China border dispute.

PM Modi fabricated a fake strongman image: Rahul Gandhi

New Delhi: Former Congress president Rahul Gandhi released a new video on Monday, targeting PM Narendra Modi. This video is related to the India-China border dispute. In which Rahul Gandhi said that China is putting pressure on the Prime Minister of India through border dispute under very planning. China has done its trick by attacking PM Modi’s image in a very special way.

He said that China knows that it is a compulsion for Narendra Modi to remain a strong politician. PM Modi will have to protect his 56-inch image. This is the real idea. So China is saying that if you do not do what we want, then we will end the idea with a strong image of Narendra Modi.

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China is siting in our area today: Rahul

The Congress leader said that the map of the world is drawn in the mind of China and he is shaping it according to his own. What he is doing is his scale, under that is Gwadar, in that comes the belt road.

“This is not a simple border dispute. My tension is that the Chinese are sitting in our area today. China does not take any step without strategic thinking. It is actually a reconstruction of this world. So when you think of the Chinese, you have to understand at what level they are thinking. ”

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Apart from this, if China is thinking something big then it is thinking in Pakistan along with Kashmir. Therefore, this dispute is not a simple boundary dispute. This is a well-planned dispute, so as to put pressure on the Prime Minister of India.

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