Clashes in the G20 meeting! Rahul got this advice from the Foreign Minister while clarifying on the London statement

Rahul Gandhi Cambridge Speech: A heated exchange took place during a meeting of External Affairs Minister S Jaishankar with Wayanad MP and Congress leader Rahul Gandhi. Rahul Gandhi clarified the statements given in London in a meeting of the Ministry of External Affairs held on Saturday (March 18). During this he said that Indian democracy is in danger. On which S Jaishankar expressed displeasure and said that most of us disagree with you.

On this remark of the Foreign Minister, Rahul Gandhi said that it is okay, this is your democratic right. Just like I have the right to respond to the attack on me. News agency ANI quoted sources as saying that Foreign Minister Jaishankar also asked Rahul not to give clarification on this platform. During the spat between Rahul and Jaishankar, many leaders of the opposition along with Rahul Gandhi were involved in this meeting of the Ministry of External Affairs. There was a lot of debate between BJP and opposition leaders in the meeting.

Rahul Gandhi clarified on the London statement
In the meeting of the Parliamentary Consultative Committee of the Ministry of External Affairs held on Saturday on India’s G20 chairmanship, Rahul Gandhi clarified his statements made in London. He said that his statement was about a person. It was not about the government or the country. This clarification of Rahul Gandhi on his statements has come to the fore at a time when he is becoming a victim of continuous political attacks from the BJP regarding this.

Congress MP Rahul said that he did not speak the way the ruling BJP is projecting him. On this comment of Rahul, a BJP MP protested and said that the meeting is not a suitable platform to speak about it. Other MPs present in the meeting also supported the talk of the BJP MP. At the same time, the opposition leaders called it their right to give clarification of Rahul Gandhi.

Rahul Gandhi has come under pressure from opposition – BJP MP
Sources were quoted as saying that a BJP MP present at the meeting said that there was no doubt that Gandhi used the platform as he was under immense pressure in the wake of protests in Parliament and the public over his remarks in London. had come It is being said that during the meeting, Foreign Minister S Jaishankar told Rahul not to use the platform of this meeting to clarify his statements.

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