Congress chief Rahul Gandhi took a dig at Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Saturday over the cleanliness marketing campaign, saying he ought to start the “satyagraha” by coming clear about Chinese language aggression.
Earlier within the day, the Prime Minister launched a week-long “Gandagi-Mukt Bharat” (garbage-free India) drive, which might go on until Independence Day to re-enforce the continued marketing campaign on cleanliness and sanitation.
Tagging a tweet by the Prime Minister’s Workplace (PMO) during which PM Modi urged individuals to take a pledge to the “rubbish give up India” drive, Gandhi mentioned, “Why not! Now we have to go a step forward and clear up
growing ”rubbish of falsehood” within the nation.”
“Will the Prime Minister begin the satyagraha by telling the nation the reality of the Chinese language aggression?” he mentioned in a tweet in Hindi.
Mr Gandhi additionally stepped up his assault towards the Centre on the difficulty of elimination of a defence ministry report mentioning Chinese language “transgressions”, saying this was not a coincidence however the authorities’s “anti-democracy experiment”.
“Each time the nation has gotten emotional, recordsdata disappear. Be it Mallya or Rafale, Modi or Choksi,” Mr Gandhi mentioned in a tweet in Hindi, referring to the accusations made by the occasion on points like buy of Rafale jets, or the circumstances towards Vijay Mallya, Nirav Modi and Mehul Choksi.
Within the lacking checklist, the most recent are the paperwork on “Chinese language transgressions” the previous Congress chief mentioned.
“Ye sanyog nahi Modi sarkar ka loktantra-virodhi prayog hai (This isn’t a coincidence, however Modi authorities’s anti-democracy experiment),” he alleged.
The Congress on Thursday requested the federal government why the Defence ministry report mentioning Chinese language “transgressions” in japanese Ladakh in Could was taken down.
The doc, which was uploaded on the Defence ministry’s web site, was eliminated on Thursday morning following publication of a media report based mostly on it.