BJP MP Pragya Thakur’s entry in India-China dispute, controversial statement without naming Rahul Gandhi

Without naming Rahul Gandhi, Pragya Thakur said that “a person born to a foreign woman cannot be a nationalist”.

Bhopal: BJP MP from Madhya Pradesh’s Bhopal Lok Sabha seat, Pragya Singh Thakur said without naming former Congress president Rahul Gandhi that “a person born to a foreign woman cannot be a nationalist.” After the program, she was talking about the Congress allegations in the context of tensions between India and China.

On a question, he told the journalists, “Congress should look into its community. He neither has the decency to speak, nor the party has rites, nor is patriotism in his party. I will say one thing from where the patriotism will come, when we will take membership of two countries. ”He said that the country is in safe hands under the leadership of Prime Minister Narendra Modi and Home Minister Amit Shah.

At the same time, Congress media cell in-charge and former minister Jeetu Patwari also tweeted while naming Pragya Thakur, “No patriot can be a terrorist.” No Godse devotee can be a patriot. Like sentiment, Prabhu Murat Dekhi Tin Taisi…. ”Patwari was indirectly referring to Pragya Thakur, one of the accused in the 2008 Malegaon bomb blast case in Maharashtra.

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Earlier, Pragya Thakur alleged that due to the harassment given to her by the Congress for nine years, she is facing health problems till date. After doing yoga with party workers at the BJP office on the sixth International Yoga Day, Pragya recalled the nine years spent in jail in the 2008 Malegaon bomb blasts case.

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