Jitu Patwari Attack on Jyotiraditya Scindia: Union Minister Jyotiraditya Scindia has taken an aggressive stand after Rahul Gandhi named him in the Adani case. Attacked Rahul Gandhi by tweeting. Describing Rahul as limited to trolls, he has asked him three questions. After this tweet of Scindia, Congress is also attacking him. Congress has called him a cheap troll. Many Congress leaders have also targeted him by tweeting against Scindia.
Jitu Patwari’s attack on Scindia
Working President of Madhya Pradesh Congress and MLA from Indore Jitu Patwari has also attacked Jyotiraditya Scindia. Patwari wrote in a tweet, “Well there are no answers to thoughts riding on fads, however,
- The word respect does not suit the mouth that insults democracy!
- The representative of the party that destroyed constitutional institutions is talking about justice/court!
- Sanskrit accumulated by the blood of sacrifice, how synonymous with ego?
What Jyotiraditya Scindia has said
Scindia said that Rahul Gandhi is limited to trolling. He said the Congress leader should answer the three questions asked to him instead of making baseless allegations and diverting people’s attention from the issues. Scindia had asked why Gandhi does not apologize for his derogatory remarks about the backward classes. He said that instead, he (Gandhi) says that he is not Veer Savarkar and will not apologise. The BJP leader said, “An insult to a patriot and so much arrogance.” He said, “The Congress has always pointed fingers at the courts and now why are you putting pressure on them for your selfishness.” Why should the rules be any different for you? Do you consider yourself a first class citizen? You are so steeped in ego that even understanding the importance of these questions is beyond your understanding.”
What did Rahul Gandhi say
Actually, Gandhi had tweeted a picture of the names of the leaders along with Adani’s name and said, “He hides the truth, that’s why he misleads everyday!” The question is the same – who has benami money of Rs 20,000 crore in Adani’s companies? >
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