Dispute At Lahore Think Fest: Bjp Attacks Congress After Shashi

Dispute at Lahore Think Fest: BJP attacks Congress after Shashi Tharoor’s remarks


Congress leader Shashi Tharoor has been embroiled in controversy over the Lahore Think Fest. He recently took part in the Lahore Literary Festival through video conferencing.

Congress leader Shashi Tharoor has been embroiled in controversy over the Lahore Think Fest. Shashi Tharoor, who recently joined the Lahore Fest through video conferencing, said that India has not yet been able to stop the epidemic like the Corona Korana virus. After which the Bharatiya Janata Party is constantly attacking the Congress.


According to media reports, Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) national spokesperson Samit Patra strongly condemned Shashi Tharoor’s remarks, saying such remarks make fun of India. He said that Shashi Tharoor had spoken about the orthodoxy and bias towards the government regarding the Tablighi Jamaat in Pakistan. Such a question makes fun of India in Pakistan.

The BJP targeted Tharoor’s statement

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Speaking at the Lahore Literary Festival, BJP pointed to Shashi Tharoor as saying that Congress leaders were defaming India globally. Don’t you think that Rahul Gandhi should be called Rahul Lahori now. Did Sonia, Rahul, Priyanka ever say anything to their minorities in Pakistan? Does Congress want elections in Pakistan?


Brawl over Shashi Tharoor’s statement

Congress MP Shashi Tharoor pulled the Modi government while addressing the Lahore festival. In which India questioned about the management of Kovid-19 epidemic. In his speech, he mocked India and raised a number of issues related to Tharoor Tabligh Jamaat and said that the former Congress president had warned the Modi government about the epidemic, but the Prime Minister failed to take action.

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Tharoor said the Indian government is not doing well and people can realize it. Rahul Gandhi said in early February that Kovid-19 should be taken seriously, otherwise India would face an economic catastrophe.



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