Rahul Gandhi shares old pic of farmers' protest, BJP says 'He is misleading people'
Rahul Gandhi posted a picture on Twitter on Monday. This picture is from the farmers' agitation in the past, but Rahul Gandhi tweeted it in the context of the Kisan Mahapanchayat held on Sunday.
New Delhi: A tweet by Congress leader Rahul Gandhi has rekindled the political spark. He tweeted an old picture of the farmers' movement, after which the BJP attacked him. Responding to his tweet, party spokesperson Sambit Patra said that whenever there is politics of confusion, lies, Rahul Gandhi's hand is there. Trollers have also started trolling Rahul Gandhi after the picture was tweeted.
What did Rahul Gandhi write?
Rahul Gandhi posted a picture on Twitter on Monday. This picture is from the farmers' agitation in the past, but Rahul Gandhi tweeted it in the context of the Kisan Mahapanchayat held on Sunday and wrote - "Data Hai, Nidar hai, Idhar hai" Bharat Bhagya Vidhata.
BJP targets Rahul for sharing old pic:
Sambit Patra said that Rahul Gandhi has tweeted the old picture of the farmers' protest and told it to be of the present. Rahul Gandhi is well aware that Congress is without a President, so Congress is unable to raise any issue on the ground. That's why they try to do politics through false photos. He said that the world's biggest vaccination campaign is going on in India, but this time Rahul Gandhi did not tweet a single tweet.
The BJP spokesperson said that about 68.75 crore people in the country have received a single dose of the vaccine. Even after getting the vaccine to such a large population, not a single tweet of Rahul Gandhi has come. In the last two days, more than 1 crore vaccines were administered. Despite this, those who spread confusion through false images remain silent on this. They don't have to work hard and have a habit of pointing guns at other's shoulders.
BJP IT cell president Amil Malviya also targeted Rahul Gandhi for his tweet. Malviya wrote, 'Rahul Gandhi had to resort to the old picture to show the success of the mahapanchayat, it shows how a huge crowd was propagated in the farmers' panchayat. The way religious slogans are raised proves what their real purpose is.
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