‘Who is JP Nadda? Rahul Gandhi slams BJP says ‘They can’t even touch me’

Rahul Gandhi said that tragedy is unfolding in the country today, the government wants to ignore the country’s problems and misinformation.

'Who is JP Nadda? Rahul Gandhi slams BJP says 'They can't even touch me' (pc: social media)

NEW DELHI: Congress leader Rahul Gandhi released a booklet on the three agricultural laws of the central government at the party headquarters in Delhi. During this time, Rahul Gandhi attacked farmers and BJP president JP Nadda fiercely.

Rahul Gandhi said that tragedy is unfolding in the country today, the government wants to ignore the country’s problems and misinformation. I am not going to speak about farmers alone, because it is part of the tragedy. It is important for the youth. It is not about the present but about your future.

Rahul Gandhi targeted JP Nadda

In Delhi, former Congress president Rahul Gandhi on Tuesday reacted to BJP chief JP Nadda’s tweet saying, “Farmers know the reality. All farmers know what Rahul Gandhi does. Nadda ji Bhatta was not in Parsaul. I have a clean character. Don’t be afraid, they can’t touch me. Yes, they can shoot me. ”

He said that due to APMC and agricultural system, you get rice, wheat that you buy. It is not an attack on the farmers, but the middle class and every young man in the country who is not able to get a job.

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Not only this, Rahul Gandhi praised China, saying, “China has a clear strategic vision to shape the world that India does not have. India does this and it does not work strategically. China has been tested twice. Once in Doklam and the other in Ladakh. ”

Rahul continued, “If India does not give them a clear message and makes a clear military, economic geopolitical strategy, China will not remain silent, but will make the most of it.” The day this happens, we will suffer. ” On the committee set up by the Supreme Court, Rahul Gandhi said, “I will not comment on the Supreme Court and can see the reality of the Supreme Court of India.”

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