The first day of the second phase of Parliament's budget session was turbulent. While BJP leaders demanded an apology from Rahul Gandhi for tarnishing India’s image in London, the Congress attempted to put the government on the defensive over the Adani project. Rahul was summoned to both the Lok Sabha and the Rajya Sabha to apologise.
Anurag Thakur said that Rahul’s statement was false and defamed India. “Yesterday’s results show that the Congress has once again been swept clean.” And Rahul Gandhi is whining yet again on foreign soil.
Anurag Thakur stated: The only place this Pegasus is sitting is in his heart and head. What compelled Rahul Gandhi to leave his phone behind on Pegasus? What was he like as a leader who was granted bail in a corruption case? Why didn’t he and other leaders place their phones in the safe? He has had to hide his phone until now.
It has become customary to use foreign agencies to smear India. This hatred may be directed at Rahul Gandhi as Prime Minister, but the conspiracy to defame the country from his foreign soil, sometimes through foreign friends, raises questions about the Congress' agenda.