Congress chief Rahul Gandhi’s relentless criticism of the federal government has continued over China, the coronavirus pandemic, and the financial system whilst senior leaders of his get together have been questioning the management over the latest efficiency in Bihar state election and bypolls elsewhere.
This morning, the 50-year-old ex-Congress chief hit out on the authorities over renewed China risk in Doklam, and wrote on Twitter: “China’s geopolitical strategy cannot be countered by a PR driven media strategy. This simple fact seems to elude the minds of those running GOI.”
In the tweet, Mr Gandhi shared an NDTV report on Doklam. New satellite images accessed by NDTV hint at renewed China threat in Doklam. In addition to establishing a village greater than two kilometres inside Bhutanese territory on the jap periphery of the contested Doklam plateau, China has constructed a highway in the identical space that stretches roughly 9 kilometres inside Bhutanese territory, the pictures present.
China’s geopolitical technique can’t be countered by a PR pushed media technique.
This easy reality appears to elude the minds of these working GOI.https://t.co/GB89UmatTm
— Rahul Gandhi (@RahulGandhi) November 23, 2020
India and China have additionally been locked in a standoff in Ladakh since May. The border tensions have been talked about usually on Twitter by Mr Gandhi, Congress MP from Kerala’s Wayanad, as he questioned the federal government over the worsening China ties.
However, Mr Gandhi’s recent assault comes in the midst of the most recent controversy to hit his get together. On Sunday, Ghulam Nabi Azad, one of many key dissenters within the get together, made a stinging comment on Bihar election debacle. “Elections are not fought from five-star hotels… We can’t win until we change this culture,” he mentioned.
“Our party’s structure has collapsed. We need to rebuild our structure and then if any leader is elected in that structure, it will work,” Mr Azad mentioned in an interview to information company ANI.
Mr Azad’s feedback got here almost every week after Kapil Sibal had been critical of the party leadership in an interview to the Indian Express. Mr Sibal had suggested the Congress to “recognise that we are in decline”.
As the senior get together colleagues popping out to specific their views, Mr Gandhi has been relentlessly attacking the federal government.
“Modi Govt’s unplanned lockdown pushed millions into poverty, jeopardised the health of citizens and compromised the future of students due to digital divide. This is the bitter truth which GOI tries to cover up by its blatant lies,” Mr Gandhi tweeted yesterday. Over the final week, he has additionally posted tweets in regards to the pandemic and the nationwide financial.