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Congress Left Floundering On How To Counter Narender Modi



Congress Left Floundering On How To Counter Narender Modi

After the 2019 Lok Sabha elections, congress failed to make a strategy to counter Mr. Narendra Modi. Therefore, this left congress in a divided house.

Prime Minister Narendra Modi is a mass-based politician of our country India since 2014. While going into Lok Sabha election 2019, Congress President Rahul Gandhi made a strategy to counter Narendra Modi. Rahul Gandhi decided to damage the image of Prime Minister Narendra Modi with his slogan “chowkidar chor hai”. But the results of the elections made PM Modi unassailable and due to this congress has been in disarray.

After all these happenings of countering Narendra Modi the President of Congress Rahul Gandhi gave resign from his post. Therefore, all the congress party has turned into a free-for-all-circus.

Many Congress leaders shared their reviews that targeting Modi is going to harm their politics in their respective constituencies. This is the main reason why some Congress leaders came out and supported Narendra Modi in revoking special status in Jammu and Kashmir.

After being stopped at Srinagar Airport “Rahul Gandhi” tweeted on Sunday. He said that the central rule in Kashmir as “draconian”. After all this Pakistan quoted Rahul Gandhi in its letter. This move of Pakistan turned all the political tables in India and Rahul Gandhi has to clarify himself. Rahul Gandhi said that Pakistan is the prime supporter of terrorism just to clarify himself. He added that the violence in Kashmir is supported by Pakistan only.

This the only position that suits the Modi government.

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