Quoting Imran’s tweet, BJP claims Congress and Pakistan want to ‘remove’ Modi
NEW DELHI: The spokesperson of India’s ruling Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) claimed on Monday that Opposition’s Congress party has a common goal with Pakistan: removing Prime Minister Modi from Indian politics.
Addressing a press conference, BJP spokesperson Sambit Patra read out tweets of recent days of Pakistan’s ministers, including Prime Minister Imran Khan, and spoke about a ‘common goal’.
He claimed they were frustrated.
Patra claimed ministers of the neighboring country are campaigning for Rahul Gandhi.
“Some people want Gandhi to become a big leader in India. Who are they?” Patra said and added those who supported him were dynasts and believed in the politics of appeasement.
He also showed a video of Modi, when he was the CM, criticizing Nawaz Sharif as he mocked Dr Manmohan Singh.
On Sep 19, Senior politician and Indian Union minister Giriraj Singh, belonging to Bharatiya Janata Party, said that India may witness another partition in 2047.
Pointing that India saw a partition on the basis of religion in 1947, the BJP leader said that the population has gone up from 33 crore to 135.7 crore in 72 years.
Without naming any community, the Union minister said that “the population explosion of divisive forces is dreadful. Taking to microblogging site Twitter, Singh said:
“It would become impossible to even mention about India in the times of come.” “The country was divided in 1947 on the basis of religion. A similar situation will happen in 2047. In 72 years, the population has gone up from 33 crore to 135.7 crore. The population explosion of divisive forces is dreadful, he had said.