For the past few days, there has been an atmosphere of political upheaval between the ruling BJP and Congress at the Centre. The Modi government is being questioned by Congress on the issue of rising inflation, unemployment in the country.
At the same time, BJP is working to divert the attention of the people from these issues. For this, the Modi government has put forward some of its representatives. One of which is BJP spokesperson Sambit Patra.
Meanwhile, in the program Halla Bol on Aaj Tak news channel, once again there has been an uproar between BJP spokesperson Sambit Patra and Congress spokesperson Pawan Khera.
In fact, the anchor of ‘Halla Bol’ debate show Anjana Om Kashyap, in an attempt to surround Congress leader Rahul Gandhi, asked Congress spokesperson that Rahul Gandhi is in Kashmir right now and on the other hand, putting his legacy at risk, there is a party going on at senior leader Kapil Sibal’s house. In the midst of these incidents, how strong is the claim that Rahul Gandhi can surround the Modi government by visiting Kashmir?
Responding to this, Congress spokesperson Pawan Khera said that if there is a legacy, he will claim it, those who do not have a legacy, they don’t claim. Attacking the BJP, he said that they keep talking about our heritage from morning till evening. Modi Ji remembers our ancestors more than us.
Sambit Patra referred to the breakfast party organized by Congress leader Kapil Sibal during this time. Sambit Patra said that Congress has no strategy to contest elections. The Congress has gone to the root stage, they will have to come to the conscious stage.
Congress leader Pawan Kheda got furious after hearing this. He lashed out at the letter and said “Anjana Ji just tell him to call Varun Gandhi now. And ask him whether he is grandson of ‘Parsi’ Feroze Gandhi or Feroze Khan “. Does Varun Gandhi consider himself a Kashmiri Pandit or not?”
In fact, after the abrogation of Article 370 from Jammu and Kashmir, Rahul Gandhi had gone on a tour of Kashmir for the first time. Where he has once again raised the issue of giving special status to the state while surrounding the Modi government.