Rahul Gandhi should be expelled from country: BJP MP

Terming Congress leader Rahul Gandhi’s statements in UK “shameful”, Bharatiya Janata Party MP, Pragya Thakur, said that the Wayanad MP must be thrown out of the country.

Recently, Rahul Gandhi while addressing British parliamentarians in London said that functioning microphones of Opposition leaders in Parliament are often silenced.

Speaking to media persons, the BJP MP said that the Congress is not allowing Parliament to function smoothly.

“The work is going well but the Congress is not allowed to run the government and the Parliament. They think that if Congress will run smoothly then more work will be done and if there is more work, then they (Congress) will not survive. Their (Congress) existence is on the verge of ending. Now their mind is also getting corrupted. You (Rahul Gandhi) are a leader of this country, have been elected by the people (here) and are now insulting the public and the country,” she said.

The BJP MP further said, “Chanakya had said a son born to a foreign woman can never be a patriot and that Rahul Gandhi had proved the saying was true.” “We have assumed you are not from India because your mother is from Italy,” Thakur said.

The BJP MP said that Rahul Gandhi should not be given a chance in politics and should be thrown out of the country. “While sitting abroad, you (Rahul Gandhi) are saying you are not getting an opportunity to speak in Parliament. Nothing can be more shameful than this. He should not be given a chance in politics and should be thrown out of the country,” Thakur added.

Rahul Gandhi in the UK had attacked the BJP-led government and had levelled several allegations. In Cambridge, the Congress MP again alleged that the Opposition’s voice was being stifled in parliament.


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