I stand by my point… Rahul Gandhi said in the meeting of the Ministry of External Affairs, Tu Tu Main Main happened with BJP members. Rahul Gandhi and BJP members argue in foreign ministry meeting
Rahul Gandhi said that I raised questions on the condition of democracy but did not demand interference from any other country.
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New Delhi. foreign Ministry Congress leaders in the consultative committee meeting Rahul Gandhi And BJP Tu-tu me-me was seen among the members. During this, Rahul said, I raised questions on the condition of democracy in the country but never demanded the intervention of any foreign country. In the meeting of the Consultative Committee of the Ministry of External Affairs on Saturday, BJP members accused Rahul Gandhi of insulting the country on foreign soil.
During this, a member said that we are hosting the G20 and some people go out and raise questions on democracy. There was an uproar over this. There has been an uproar in Parliament on this issue for a week.
Rahul Gandhi asked, is Adani the country?
Rahul Gandhi replied that the Hindenburg report is about a person and not about the country or the government. Is Adani a country that cannot be investigated? Is it against the country to talk about investigation?
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Rahul Gandhi also rejected the allegation that he asked any foreign power or country to intervene to save democracy in the country. I definitely raised the issue of democracy and spoke but also said that this is our internal matter and we will find a solution for it. Tharoor said that the chairmanship of G20 was to be given in 2023, the present government has not done anything in this. Shatrughan Sinha also said the same.
S Jaishankar said – disagree on the threat to democracy
Meanwhile, Foreign Minister S Jaishankar told Rahul Gandhi that I disagree with your statement that there is a threat to democracy, then Rahul said that you disagree but I stand by the threat to democracy.