Rahul-Sonia accepted Narendra Modi's appeal, attack RSS
Rahul-Sonia accepted Narendra Modi's appeal, attack RSS

New Delhi: After PM Narendra Modi's call to the public to hoist the tricolour at every house between August 13-15 to strengthen the Tiranga movement at every house, most of the people associated with the government, including the Prime Minister himself, put the tricolour on their profile picture. Now Congress has also not only put up the tricolour in its own style but also targeted the RSS. Rahul Gandhi and Priyanka Gandhi have also changed their profile picture. While senior leaders associated with the party, including Manish Tewari, have not changed their profile pictures so far.

Most of the party leaders of the country including Congress leaders Rahul Gandhi, Priyanka Gandhi Vadra and Jairam Ramesh have put tricolour on the display picture of their respective social media accounts. However, on behalf of congress leaders, photos of the country's first PM Pandit Jawaharlal Nehru holding the tricolour have been put up. Meanwhile, the Congress media in-charge Jairam Ramesh attacked the Sangh by changing his profile picture.

Party General Secretary Jairam Ramesh tweeted, "While hoisting the flag on the banks of river Ravi at the Lahore session of 1929, Pandit Nehru had said- "Once again you have to remember that this flag has now been hoisted. As long as a single Indian man, woman, or child is alive, this tricolour should not be bowed down. The countrymen did so.'' In his next tweet, Jairam Ramesh said that we are putting up a profile picture of our leader Nehru with the tricolour in his hand, but it seems that the PM's message did not reach his family. Those who did not hoist the flag in their headquarters in Nagpur for 52 years, will they obey the PM? Similarly, Congress leader Rahul Gandhi has also put the picture of Pandit Nehru in his DP with a tricolour in his hand.

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