It’s lowering morale of troops because Rahul speaks China language: BJP

After Rahul Gandhi said Chinese soldiers are beating up Indian Army personnel in Arunachal Pradesh, the BJP called on the Congress to expel him from the party because J P Nadda accused him of speaking Chinese and Pakistani languages.

Rahul’s comments were called “highly condemnable and unpardonable” by Nadda, accusing him of “lowering the morale of our armed forces”. “This raises questions about his patriotism. In addition to surgical strikes, he questioned Balakot air strikes. “It is a sad reflection of his mental bankruptcy,” said Nadda.

As part of his official briefing, BJP spokesperson Gaurav Bhatia asserted that Rahul should be expelled from India for his remarks as they “belittle” India and undermine the morale of its military. If Congress president Mallikarjun Kharge is not remotely controlled and the Congress stands with the country, then Rahul should be expelled.

Bhatia compared Gandhi to Jaichand, the king of Kannauj who is portrayed in some historical accounts as traitor to the Indian cause, and claimed that he has constantly tried to break the armed forces’ morale, whether after the surgical and air strikes on terror camps in Pakistan or after the Galwan valley clashes, in which 20 soldiers died. 
Bhatia, who demanded that Rahul apologise to the Indian Army and the country, claimed that the Congress has devolved into “anti-Indian” party.
During his “Bharat Jodo Yatra” on Friday, Rahul claimed that China is preparing for war and accused the government of attempting to “ignore” the threat.
Anurag Thakur, Union minister, said he was not surprised by Rahul’s statement.

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