JP Nadda: INC dynasty will never let talented leaders grow

The BJP president, JP Nadda, on his part, questioned Gandhi’s absence from the meetings of Parliament’s committee on defence-related matters

Slamming former INC president Rahul Gandhi’s remarks on the India-China skirmish along the Line of Actual Control, BJP chief JP Nadda today said that the dynastic politics that the party followed would never allow talents in the organisation to grow; rather they will keep promoting this person. Nadda pointed out that Gandhi had not attended a single meeting of the parliament’s standing committee on defence but the INC’s heir apparent continued to “demoralise” the nation and question the valour of armed forces.

Taking it to Twitter, Nadda said, “Rahul Gandhi belongs to that glorious dynastic tradition where as far as defence is concerned, committees don’t matter, only commissions do. INC has many deserving members who understand parliamentary matters but one dynasty will never let such leaders grow. Really sad.”

Launching an attack at the central government, Rahul Gandhi had called its handling of COVID-19 situation, demonetisation, and GST implementation all ‘failures’ that would be subjects of analyses in future classes.

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The former INC president had tweeted that these policies would be studied by the Harvard Business School. “Future HBS case studies on failure: 1. COVID19. 2. Demonetisation. 3. GST implementation,” he tweeted.

His attack came a day after India surpassed Russia to become the third worst-hit nation by the Coronavirus pandemic.

The senior BJP leader has questioned Rahul Gandhi in the past as well over his continuous criticism of the union government after the 15 June violent border standoff with China in the Galwan Valley in eastern Ladakh.

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Before this, Nadda had accused Rahul Gandhi of trying to “divide the nation” and “demoralise” the country’s armed forces after the INC leader’s allegations that Prime Minister Narendra Modi surrendered Indian territory to the Chinese.

Ministry of Health data, India’s coronavirus tally was at 6,97,413. Out of this 4,24,432 are recovered cases and are 2,53,287 active cases. The death toll due to the virus has reached 19,693.

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