Congress wants to tarnish image of India PM BJP
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NEW DELHI: The BJP hit out on the Congress on Tuesday over an alleged toolkit of the opposition get together, saying it desires to tarnish the picture of the nation and Prime Minister Narendra Modi by calling the brand new pressure of the coronavirus the “India strain” or the “Modi strain”.
Citing the toolkit, Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) spokesperson Sambit Patra stated in response to the doc, it’s clear that the Congress extending assist to the needy in the course of the pandemic is “more of a public relations exercise with the help of friendly journalists and influencers than a soulful endeavour”.
In accordance with the agenda of the toolkit, the Congress has instructed its social media volunteers to name the brand new mutant pressure of Covid-19 the “Modi strain” or the “India strain”, Patra claimed in a tweet.
“Disgusting to say the least Rahul Gandhi desires to make use of this chance of pandemic to destroy the picture of Prime Minister Modi. Congress staff instructed to name the mutant pressure as Modi pressure,” he wrote on Twitter.
The BJP chief additional alleged that no stone has been left unturned to tarnish India’s picture with the assistance of overseas journalists.
The World Health Organization (WHO) has said that the brand new pressure of the coronavirus wouldn’t be named after India, however the Congress desires to take action. The opposition get together is able to tarnish the nation’s picture for its politics, Patra stated.
He additional alleged that the “Congress toolkit” has additionally urged calling the Kumbh Mela the “Super Spreader Kumbh”.
However, the Congress denied the allegation.
“BJP is propagating a pretend ‘toolkit’ on ‘COVID-19 mismanagement’ and attributing it to AICC Research Department. We are submitting an FIR for forgery towards BJP chief JP Nadda and Sambit Patra. When our nation is devastated by COVID, as a substitute of offering aid, BJP shamelessly concocts forgeries,” the analysis division chief of the opposition get together, Rajeev Gowda, stated in a tweet.

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