Rahul Gandhi attacked PM, Modi, during Lal Chowk flag raising

Parliament Speaker Rahul Gandhi, in a recent parliamentary address on Sunday, recalled visiting Lalchok in Srinagar, Jammu, and Kashmir to raise the flag, angering Prime Minister Narendra Modi.

Gandhi argued that the parliament encouraged tricolor love in Kashmir through Bharatjod he yantras and that the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) stole the spirit of the tricolor.

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Gandhi claimed Modi shared the tricolor flag with 15-20 BJP members at Lal Chowk but was appointed by “100,000 Kashmiri youths” in the BJP.

“I heard the Prime Minister’s speech in the parliament. He said he spread the tricolor on Lalchok. Narendra Modi, he ji rolls the tricolor with 15-20 of his BJP men. I can’t tell the difference. ‘ said Gandhi.

Kashmir is like my home: Gandhi

Regarding BJY, Gandhi also said:

“People didn’t talk to me about politics while I was in Yatra, but when I came to Kashmir, everything changed,” MP Wayanad added.

Recall Modi Lal Chowk’s comments in parliament

On 8 February, Prime Minister Modi told parliament, “After the deployment of the tricolor flag at Lal Chowk [in 1992], people and the media knew, as I usually do, that on 26 January the army would let me know they raised the flag,” he said.

“I told them today that even enemy forces are saluting our flag,” he said, adding that times have changed and seemingly ruined Gandhi’s visit to Lal Chowk. added.

Prime Minister Modi authorizes Rahul Gandhi to fly the tricolor in Lal Bazaar: Bharatiya Janata Party.

The BJP argued that Rahul could carry the tricolor because Prime Minister Modi’s decision to repeal Article 370 “dealt a heavy blow to separatism and terrorism”.

NEW DELHI/JAMMU: Prime Minister Narendra Modi has created an atmosphere in Kashmir where all Indians can raise their flag at Lal Chak in Srinagar, the Bharatiya Janata Party said on Sunday. The valley

The comments by BJP spokesperson and former Union minister Rajyavardhan Singh Rathore came after Gandhi unfurled the tricolor at Lal Chowk, the historic clock tower commonly known as “Ghanta Ghar”, 

He said in a speech, “Rahul Gandhi raised Tiranga in Laljok with pride. Prime Minister Modi and his government have created a situation in Kashmir that all Indians can be proud of. Run Tiranga. We want to thank Modi.”

BJP Jammu and Kashmir Chairman Ravinder Raina echoed similar sentiments, saying the flag he was waving was to blame Gandhi for masterminding the Modi Valley incident by repealing Article 370.

This is thanks to Prime Minister Modi, who lifted Article 370 in 2019 and strengthened nationalist forces to suppress separatism and terrorism. the area is called Jammu.

Congress has ruled the state for most of the past 70 years, but no leader has dared to wave the tricolor over Lal Chowk, Raina said. Modi unfurled the flag at the same location as BJP leader Murli Manohar Joshi in 1990, at the height of the panic, he said.

Today, thanks to the efforts of Modi and Home Minister Amit Shah, Kashmir has returned to peace and normalcy. The BJP leader said Gandhi could move to Lal Chowk and unfurl the tricolor, something no party leader has been able to do in the past 70 years.

Reyna reported recent statements by AICC director JK Rajni Patil that Gandhi, not Lal Chowk, had flown the flag at party headquarters, which was on the agenda of the RSS.

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