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Rahul's continuation as Cong leader will decimate party soon: Kavinder
1/10/2023 10:25:09 PM
Early Times Report
JAMMU, Jan 10: Taking on Rahul Gandhi over his '21st century Kauravas' remark against RSS, senior BJP leader and former deputy chief minister Kavinder Gupta said the Congress' leader was working to ensure total devastation of the party and its vanishing from the national political arena.
In a statement issued to media persons, the BJP stalwart said that baseless comparison made by the Congress leader steering he so-called 'Bharat Jodo' Yatra against the RSS shows the mental level of the dynastic party's 'Rajkumar', who is living in a fool's paradise thinking that he would become the PM of the country some day. The senior BJP functionary said that the continuation of Rahul Gandhi as Congress party's leader and allowing this man to speak 'anything' and 'everything' against the great religious epics of the country will soon ensure demise of the party with which he is associated as groundless comparisons involving nationalist RSS, and demeaning the epics like Mahabharat will surely land him into deep trouble as the people of the country have undaunted faith in these Granths of great religious, social and spiritual importance. Kavinder said that people are feeling pity on Congress as the grand old party is facing acute dearth of visionary leadership as the babyish leaders like Rahul with meager or one can say no insight are being promoted to speak out unfounded things without pondering that this would be suicidal for the party. He said Rahul's comparison of nationalist RSS with Kauravas is sheer 'nonsense' and shows the level of 'indecency' upto which the prince of Congress dynasty could stoop low. He said that BJP or RSS need no certificate from a person whose own credentials are under question. He however appealed to the government to take cognizance of Rahul's uttering because any 'loose talk' in J&K where he is about to enter in the coming days along with his Yatra could deteriorate the situation, undoing the good work done by the BJP Government led by PM Modi in the last over eight years.
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