Pakistan's support to Kejriwal, Rahul Gandhi? PM Modi said- this is a matter of investigation

Ananya Shroff
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New Delhi : The season of Lok Sabha elections is going on in the whole country. The voting process for six out of seven phases of Lok Sabha elections has been completed. In such a situation, Prime Minister Narendra Modi took out time amidst the busy schedule of Lok Sabha elections and gave an interview. He expressed his opinion on many issues including the country, politics, corruption. In this interview, PM Modi expressed his opinion on the elections being held in the country, the performance of BJP, the work of the new government as well as the support being received by selected people in India from Pakistan.

This is a matter of great investigation

On the question of Rahul Gandhi and Arvind Kejriwal getting support from Pakistan, PM Modi said that this Lok Sabha election is of India and India's democracy is very mature, it has healthy traditions and the voters of India are also free from any external activities. Voters will not be influenced by this. He further said that I do not know why even those who have enmity with us like only a few people, why there are only a few people in whose support voices are raised from there. Now this is a matter of very serious investigation. PM Modi further said that I do not think that any comment should be made on such topics from the post I am sitting on. But, I can understand your concern.

You take care of your country… Why did CM Kejriwal give a strong reply to Fawad Chaudhary, know

Kejriwal replied to Fawad

Actually, the Delhi CM had tweeted with his photo after voting. He wrote that I voted against dictatorship, unemployment and inflation. You must also go to vote. Reposting this post, Fawad Chaudhary, a close aide of PTI chief Imran Khan and former Pakistan minister, had written that only peace and goodwill will defeat the forces of hatred and extremism. After this, Arvind Kejriwal had directly told Fawad Chaudhary that Pakistan is the biggest sponsor of terrorism. Along with this, he wrote, 'The situation in Pakistan is very bad, you take care of your country.'

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Pakistani minister had shared Rahul's video

Fawad Chaudhary himself shared a video on the social media platform X supporting Congress MP Rahul Gandhi. In the video, Rahul Gandhi was targeting Prime Minister Modi and BJP while referring to the Pran Pratishtha ceremony of Ramlala in Ayodhya. Reposting this video on the X handle, Fawad Chaudhary wrote, 'Rahul on fire.' Earlier on Sunday, in a rally, PM Modi attacked the alliance of opposition parties 'Bharat' and alleged that prayers were being offered for the Samajwadi Party (SP) and Congress in Pakistan. PM Modi had said that 'jihadis' from across the border were supporting them.

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