Rahul Gandhi does not consider Jammu and Kashmir a part of India, depicted it as part of Pakistan

Feb 13 2020 11:41 AM
Rahul Gandhi does not consider Jammu and Kashmir a part of India, depicted it as part of Pakistan

New Delhi: Former Congress National President Rahul Gandhi is on the target of opposing parties due to his statements on Coronavirus. In a tweet regarding Coronavirus, the Congress leader has depicted a part of Jammu and Kashmir as part of Pakistan.

After this, social media users started trolling Rahul Gandhi. However, after the controversy escalated, Rahul Gandhi deleted that tweet. In fact, Rahul Gandhi tweeted from his official Twitter handle about the Coronavirus and wrote, " The Coronavirus is an extremely serious threat to our people and our economy. My sense is the government is not taking this threat seriously. Timely action is critical. "

After Rahul's tweet, BJP IT cell chief Amit Malviya tweeted, "Why do you repeatedly use a map that depicts Jammu and Kashmir differently from India?" Other Twitter users also started targeting the Congress leader. After some time Rahul deleted this tweet and tweeted another with a news story.

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