Sambit Patra attacks Congress, says Rahul Gandhi is not in India

The political arrogance started in Rajasthan has now reached Delhi. The politics here has also started to heat up.

Sambit Patra

Sambit Patra

Lucknow: The political arrogance started in Rajasthan has now reached Delhi. The politics here has also started to heat up. Meanwhile, BJP spokesperson Sambit Patra has launched a big attack on Rahul Gandhi and has demanded proof of his being in the country.

He also challenged the Congress MP. Said, ‘I challenge Rahul ji that if you are in the country and a two-minute video is not being cut and released, then release the video on Rajasthan tomorrow.

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Sabit Patra claims Rahul is not in India:

He said, tomorrow release a fresh video over Rajasthan and say that both of you will talk to Ashok Gehlot and Sachin Pilot. I challenge.

BJP says that former Congress president Rahul Gandhi is not in the country right now. Party spokesperson Sambit Patra claimed that Rahul is in abroad as he is seen in the same dress in the video being released on Twitter.

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In an interview, Sambit also challenged Rahul, claiming that if he is in the country, then release a fresh video on the Rajasthan case on Tuesday. He said that it would be revealed at the time of the press conference.

Sambit Patra says Rahul Gandhi is saying  “It is my duty to release a video about Rajasthan and say that I sit and explain Ashok Gehlot and Sachin Pilot. They do not. Have to call, Modiji has to write a letter.” Even one day you saw that Gehlotji wrote a letter to Rahul Gandhi?

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