Jaishankar demonstrates that FM implies incompetent minister: Pawan Khera in the midst of the ‘Gautamdas’ controversy

Assam police arrested Congress leader Pawan Khera at the Delhi airport the day after he called Prime Minister Narendra Modi “Narendra Gautamdas Modi.” The Congress leader gave a press briefing in Raipur while the party’s plenary session was going on. Pawan Khera was freed a few hours after he was arrested, when the Supreme Court heard about the case. “You all know what’s going on in the country,” Pawan Khera said. “Sometimes the plane gates are opened.”

What happened at Delhi airport that led to the arrest of Pawan Khera and his temporary release on bail?

“India and Congress are tied together in many ways. When the government tries to silence the media, dodges questions about unemployment and Chinese aggression, and shows the Lal Ankh to the opposition, your responsibility goes up “Pawan Khera said.

Pawan Khera criticised foreign minister S Jaishankar for what he said recently about China “He changed the full name of the position from “foreign minister” to “the failed minister.” He said things like China has a bigger economy and we can’t fight it, among other things. The foreign minister of India is saying this.”

“During the time of Indira Gandhi, we took on the United States. Indiraji could have also said that the economy of the United States is bigger. We shouldn’t fight it. In 1962, you could have said the same thing, “the leader of the Congress said.

On ‘kabar khudegi’ slogans

On Friday, PM Modi responded to the Congress leader’s chants of “Modi teri kabar khudegi” at the Delhi airport tarmac. He said that the country will give a proper response to those who insult it, as people are saying “Modi tera kamal khilega.”

“PM Modi needs to realise that he is not the leader of the opposition. He shouldn’t even listen to and talk about such strange things. He should know that what he says is heard all over the world. Why don’t you say something about Adani, China, and joblessness?” Pawan Khera said.

“Why doesn’t a terrorist like Amritpal Singh get off the plane?”

When asked about concerns about law and order in Punjab, Pawan Khera said, “The Punjab government isn’t even smart enough to realise how bad things are. A person who threatens the Union home minister is roaming freely. No flight is getting stopped, no police force from another state is going there.”

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