Congress is fighting ‘stupidity’ of its own leaders: Mukhtar Abbas Naqvi

The BJP on Monday slammed Congress leader Rahul Gandhi for spreading hatred in the country, with Union Minority Affairs Minister Mukhtar Abbas Naqvi on Monday blaming Congress leaders for the fall of “stupidity”.

Speaking to reporters in Delhi, the Union Minister claimed that the frustration shown by the Congress leaders in blaming Prime Minister Narendra Modi had reached the stage of “conspiracy to discredit the country”.

Knocky said the reason why Congress is on the “ventilator” is because of the “stupidity” of its leaders. Pointing to the “negative feudal mentality” of the Congress, Naqvi said that the party was not acceptable even in the “mahalla (region)”. He alleges that instead of fighting the harmful ideology demanded by Congress leaders, the party is fighting the “harmful stupidity” of its own leaders.

“Standing in a family photo frame, Congress has confined itself to a fake kitty party,” he added. Strongly condemning Gandhi’s remarks at the recent London Conclave, Naqvi said that the Congress does not shy away from insulting India even on foreign soil.

“Sometimes they compare India with Pakistan, Sri Lanka or any other country, sometimes they create a network of fear and hatred in the country to tarnish India’s image and tarnish its strength of harmony and tolerance,” Naqvi complained while pointing out. The height of ignorance and stupidity of its leaders.

In the London Conclave, Gandhi alleged that the ruling BJP had crushed India’s voice. Gandhi said, “A soul without a voice has no meaning and what has happened is that the voice of India has been crushed,” Gandhi said.

He compared India’s central investigative agencies to the deep states of Pakistan and claimed that the central agencies were destroying India from within. “So, the deep state, the CBI, the ED, is now chewing on the Indian state, a lot like Pakistan,” Gandhi complained.

(With input from PTI)

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