Insulted the Prime Minister..BJP worries to remove Pawan Khera from Congress

BJP protest against Congress leader Pawan Khera: BJP’s Delhi unit staged a protest in Central Delhi on Tuesday, claiming that Congress leader Pawan Khera made insulting remarks against Prime Minister Narendra Modi. She demanded that he should be removed from the Congress.

Going into the details, the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) activists are worried that Congress leader Pawan Khera has insulted Prime Minister Narendra Modi with his comments. He demanded to be expelled from the Congress. The BJP workers took out this protest in the national capital Delhi. The BJP workers who took part in the protest held banners demanding Congress to remove Pawan Khera from the party.

BJP’s Delhi unit has decided to go to the residence of senior Congress leader Sonia Gandhi as a rally to voice their demand. Speaking to the media, Congress spokesperson Pawan Khera criticized that the Prime Minister’s full name is Narendra Damodardas Modi. Prime Minister Modi’s father’s name is Damodardas Mulchand Modi. If Narasimha Rao can form the JPC, Atal Bihari Vajpayee can form the JPC, Narendra Gautam Das – sorry, Damodar Das – what is the problem with Modi?” Khera asked at a press conference.



After mentioning PM Modi’s name, Khera asked his colleagues to clarify whether PM Modi’s middle name is Gautam Das or Damodar Das. Later he said.. ‘Naam Damodar Das Hai, Kam Gautam Das Ka Hai. (His name was Damodardas, his work was Gautam Dasdi). He said. Gautam Adani has indirectly hit out at Prime Minister Narendra Modi for his silence on freely divesting his shares in the stock market after the US-based Hindenburg report that the Adani Group was involved in stock manipulation and fraud.

Union Home Minister Amit Shah said that apart from rampant trolling on social media, the Congress spokesperson’s statement reflects Rahul Gandhi’s character. BJP IT cell chief Amit Malaviya also lashed out at Khera. He said that this is not the first time that the Congress has made such personal comments on the Prime Minister.


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