Indore: The BJP is attacking former Congress president Rahul Gandhi over his statement in London. In the meantime, BJP national general secretary Kailash Vijayvargiya, who arrived at an event in Indore in Madhya Pradesh, lashed out at Rahul Gandhi. During this time, he said, "Rahul Gandhi has tried to defame India by going abroad. The people will never forgive them for that.'' In fact, Kailash Vijayvargiya had arrived at a programme in Indore to join the BJP on behalf of a Congress leader and during this time he targeted the Congress.
Replying to media queries at the event here, Kailash Vijayvargiya said, "The Congress network is very weak. It is not serious, so congress workers also feel that only the Modi government can make the country strong now. Everyone has faith in Modi Ji's leadership, so everyone is leaving the Congress and coming to the BJP. He also said, "India's credibility is growing all over the world. We have all seen how under the leadership of Prime Minister Narendra Modi, India evacuated more than 20,000 people during Russia-Ukraine. No country has been able to do that.'' He said, "Prime Minister of India Narendra Modi evacuated his citizens and increased the pride of the tricolour so much that even the Pakistani had to take the tricolour to get out of there for its citizens to get out of there." At a time when India's credibility is growing, Rahul Gandhi has always tried to defame India by going abroad. The people of the country will not forgive them. ''
Apart from this, he also talked about reducing the excise duty on petrol and diesel on behalf of the Modi government. "I want to thank Prime Minister Modi ji. Not only petrol and diesel, but the prices of cooking gas used by women have also come down. There is an atmosphere of happiness in every home today. Apart from this, on the allegation levelled against the BJP by former chief minister Kamal Nath over the OBC reservation, Kailash Vijayvargiya said, "Due to the negligence of Kamal Nath, the case was complicated here. I think Shivraj Singh Chouhan took it very seriously. According to the Supreme Court's decision, reservation is also being given. The OBCs have the right, which they will get.''