Former minister of Pakistan praised Rahul Gandhi, said in BJP – Congress’s hand is with Pakistan

An ex-post by former Pakistani minister Chaudhry Fawad Hussain on Wednesday evening became the latest spat between the BJP and Congress ahead of the third phase of Lok Sabha elections. The former Pakistani minister shared excerpts from Congress leader Rahul Gandhi’s speech in his post and wrote: ‘Rahul on fire’. BJP national spokesperson Shehzad Poonawala reacted to Fawad Chaudhary praising Rahul Gandhi and said the ‘relationship’ is clear. The BJP leader posted, “Congress’s hand with Pakistan.”

Shehzad Poonawala wrote that earlier Hafiz Saeed had said that Congress is his favorite party. Mani Iyer went to Pakistan to seek support to oust PM Modi! We remember that recently slogans of Pakistan Zindabad were raised by Congress leaders and BK Hariprasad openly advocated for Pakistan. From time to time, Congress leaders also defended Pakistani terrorists. Today the relationship is clear – Congress’s hand is with Pakistan! From the manifesto of the Muslim League to the formation of the Muslim League which created Pakistan! Pakistan’s statement comes a day after the INDI alliance said that let’s do ‘Vote Jihad’.

Addressing He wrote that Chaudhary Fawad Hussain, who was the Information and Broadcasting Minister in the Imran Khan cabinet, is promoting Rahul Gandhi. Is Congress planning to contest elections in Pakistan? From the manifesto, which bears the imprint of the Muslim League, to the strong support from across the border, the Congress’s alliance with Pakistan could not be more clear.

At a public meeting in Farrukhabad, Maria Alam Khan, niece of Congress leader Salman Khurshid, appealed for vote jihad. Samajwadi Party leader Maria said, “Do vote jihad together – with intelligence, without getting emotional and with silence.” An FIR was filed against Maria and Salman Khurshid in connection with this speech – Salman Khurshid was present at the meeting. In the video shared by the Pakistani leader, Rahul Gandhi was speaking about the inauguration of the Ram temple and asking if any poor person was invited on the occasion.

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