Smriti Irani calls Rahul Gandhi a ‘frustrated dynast’ for tweet on PM; Congress responds

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On Saturday, Smriti Irani responded to Rahul Gandhi’s criticism of PM Modi for not speaking up on the Manipur violence and referred to Rahul as a “frustrated dynast” who ridicules India whenever the PM is hailed with national honors.

Smriti Irani responded to Rahul Gandhi’s criticism of PM Modi on Saturday via Twitter. (Photo: ANI)

On Saturday, Union Minister Smriti Irani launched a scathing attack at Congress leader Rahul Gandhi, after he criticized Prime Minister Modi for not addressing the situation in Manipur and highlighted that the European Parliament was discussing it. This led to a war of words between the BJP and Congress.

In response to Rahul Gandhi’s tweet, Smriti Irani referred to him as a “frustrated dynast who mocks India when the PM receives national honor” and criticized his attempt to seek international intervention in India’s internal matters. She also accused him of sullying the ‘Make in India’ ambition and being rejected by people.

The Congress leader Supriya Shrinate criticized a Union Minister for keeping mum on issues such as sexual exploitation of athletes and high prices.

Rahul Gandhi also criticized the Prime Minister for his silence on the burning situation in Manipur and the interference of the European Parliament. The government’s response to the ongoing violent clashes in Manipur has received criticism from opposition parties.

India has disapproved of the European Parliament’s involvement and referred to it as a colonial mindset. Meanwhile, Arindam Bagchi, the spokesperson for the Ministry of External Affairs, has labeled the interference as “unacceptable.”

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