Mallikarjun Kharge said the BJP government talks like a lion outside acts like a…

Mallikarjun Kharge on the border dispute with China: Congress Speaker Mallikarjun Kharge alleged on Monday that the BJP government talks like a lion outside the country but is working like a rat inside. He said the government is shying away from discussing the China issue. He also claimed that while the Congress defended the country and helped it achieve independence after making the ultimate sacrifice of its leaders, the “BJP did not lose a dog” for the country.

Kharge accused the BJP of dividing the people of the country on the basis of religion, caste and region and said that it is destroying the autonomy of democracy and constitutional institutions, against which the Congress is taking out the Bharat Jodo Yatra.

‘Why is this happening on the border with China?’

He further said: “The Modi government claims that they are very strong and pats itself and claims that no one can look them in the eye, but disputes and conflicts are increasing on the border. After the martyrdom of the soldiers, Modi ji met with the Chinese president.. I had 18 meetings and also put up swings. Why is this happening on the Chinese border after all this?”

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‘We want a debate on the border situation in Parliament’

Mallikarjun Kharge said he raised the China issue again in Parliament and wants to discuss the border situation, but the BJP government is not ready for it. He said: “Outside they talk like a lion, but if they see, their actions are like a rat. We want the issue to be discussed and notice given, but they are still ready for discussion in Parliament.”

‘Have you died one of your dogs for the homeland?’

Accusing the BJP of trying to destroy democracy and the Constitution, the Congress speaker said: “If one of their dogs has died for the motherland, however, they claim to be patriots and if we say anything, we will be branded as traitors.” “He said that this is why Rahul Gandhi is bringing out ‘Bharat Jodo Yatra’ and trying to unite everyone.

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