Rahul had given the statement then and today the MP left
Ever since the decision of the Surat Court on Rahul Gandhi, his membership of the Parliament was hanging in the balance. Even former Congress leader Kapil Sibal had said that after this decision of the Surat Court, Rahul Gandhi’s membership of the House is equivalent to gone. And today a letter changed everything into belief. But should the Congress leader’s unfortunately MP statement be linked to this? It doesn’t seem to be seen once, but the Bharatiya Janata Party said on this statement that they got freedom from it today.
Know the story of that statement of Rahul
When Rahul Gandhi appeared before the media for the first time after his return from London, he was questioned about his statements in Britain. Rahul Gandhi said that I have not given any anti-national statement. If I am given a chance to speak in the Parliament, I will definitely keep my point. Meanwhile, something came out of his mouth which became the headlines of the newspapers. He said that unfortunately I am an MP. As soon as he said this, there was an uproar in the hall. Later Congress General Secretary Jairam Ramesh explained something to him, after which Rahul corrected his statement and presented it again. However, by then it was too late. Rahul had further said that there are some such things inside the House which we cannot tell here.
When Rahul’s membership was lost, Digvijay said – ‘Had full hope that he would not be given a chance to speak in Parliament’
Why did BJP taunt, know what he said
Bharatiya Janata Party MP and Union Minister Anurag Thakur said that today he got freedom from what he used to think was a misfortune. The people of Wayanad were relieved. Raising questions on Rahul, he said that the member of the Lok Sabha for so long, from 2009 to 2014, could never ask questions for Amethi in 5 years. Participated in only 21 debates in all these years. This in itself tells about them.