Rahul Gandhi Pulls up CP Joshi Over His Statement Against PM: Former Union Minister and senior Congress leader CP Joshi, who has surrounded the all-round parliamentary constituency by giving a controversial statement to PM Narendra Modi in an election meeting in New Delhi, has finally expressed regret over his statement. Congress President Rahul Gandhi also strongly condemned Joshi’s statement and asked him to apologize. Explain that Joshi had targeted both the PM Modi and Uma Bharati raising questions on the caste and religion during a meeting in his assembly constituency Nathdwara. On this statement of Joshi, BJP attacked the Congress and accused him of promoting politics of partition.
Rahul Gandhi Pulls up CP Joshi Over His Statement Against PM
Rahul Gandhi’s rebuke
Rahul Gandhi, expressing displeasure at Joshi’s statement said, “CP Joshi’s statement is against the values of the Congress party. Party leaders should be avoided by such statements that any class gets hurt. I hope Joshi Ji will be realizing his mistake keeping in mind the principles of the party. He should apologize for his statement. ‘
Just after the statement of Rahul, Joshi apologized for his statement after tweeting He tweeted, “I express my regret if any section of society has hurt my statement while respecting the sentiments of the Congress ideology and workers.”
During a meeting on Thursday, CP Joshi had said, “anyone knows the cast of Uma Bharati ji?? Does anyone have an idea about the cast of Ritambhara? If someone knows about religion in this country then Pandit knows. In this country, Uma Bharati belongs to Lodhi society, she is talking about Hinduism. Sadhavi is from which religion? He is talking about Hinduism. Anyone knows Narendra Modi’s religion?? And he is talking about the Hindu religion. In 50 years, his intentions came out. ‘
BJP Joshi and Congress hoop
BJP spokesman accused the Congress of doing politics of show-offs. He said, “Congress is showing off repeatedly. The politics of appeasement has continued to be Congress and now the politics of caste and religion is moving forward. Congress is promoting the politics of partition. ‘