Rahul Gandhi left for London without taking the approval of the Ministry of External Affairs, will action be taken against the Congress leader?

New Delhi: Former Congress President Rahul Gandhi is in Britain these days. He had come to attend a program of Cambridge University in London. During this he had said that the situation in India is not right. BJP has sprinkled kerosene across the country, it is too late to show the spark. Now information has been received in this case that Rahul Gandhi traveled to London without political approval. Actually, all MPs have to get political permission from the Ministry of External Affairs before their foreign trips. According to a report, Rahul Gandhi had not applied for political approval from the Ministry of External Affairs before his recent visit to London. It is noteworthy that it is mandatory for all Members of Parliament to take political approval from the Ministry of External Affairs before traveling abroad.

The permission of the Ministry of External Affairs has to be obtained by putting the information on the website at least three weeks before the trip. But, Rahul Gandhi did not follow this procedure. Along with this, all MPs have to get invitations from foreign governments, institutions etc. through the Ministry of External Affairs. If a direct invitation is received, it has to be reported to the Ministry of External Affairs. After this they have to get political approval from the ministry. According to sources, Rahul Gandhi did not take the permission of the Ministry of External Affairs before traveling abroad. During his foreign visit, Rahul had attended a program at Cambridge University. During this he had said that India is not in a good position. BJP has spread kerosene oil all over the country. You need a spark and we'll be in big trouble.

It is the responsibility of the opposition to stop it. Congress brings people, communities, states and religions together. We need to reduce this temperature, because if this temperature is not cooled then things can go wrong. Criticizing his own country on foreign soil, Rahul Gandhi said, 'India cannot become a country which is not allowed to speak. The attitude of the Prime Minister should be that 'I want to hear'. But our Prime Minister does not listen. You cannot have a country which is not allowed to speak. However, this is not the first time that Rahul Gandhi has gone on such a foreign tour. Whether the occasion is New Year's, Parliament session, election or Rahul Gandhi's birthday, he goes on foreign tour on every big occasion. In the past, Union Home Minister Amit Shah had counted the occasions when members of the Gandhi family had insulted the SPG. He said that there were 600 occasions when Rahul Gandhi did this.

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