SMRITI IRANI OVER RAHUL GANDHI’S REMARKS ON PM MODI’S FRANCE VISIT: “FRUSTRATED DYNAST, REJECTED BY PEOPLE”

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The visit of Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi to France is over. They are currently in the UAE as well. The Grand Cross of the Legion of Honour, France’s highest honour, was given to PM Modi. The Indian Air Force’s three Rafale fighters joined the French jets in the flypast. On the one hand, PM Modi was a special guest at the Bastille Day parade in France on Friday. Rahul Gandhi, the leader of the Congress, however, has once again criticised Prime Minister Modi. The Congress leader has questioned the PM’s silence about the discussion of the violence in Manipur that took place in the European Union Parliament. In addition, Rahul Gandhi offered his thoughts on PM Modi’s trip to France.

Rahul Gandhi, the head of the Congress, tweeted on Saturday. He noted, “Manipur was burned. The European Union’s Parliament discussed a domestic issue involving India. However, the PM made no comment on this. And he said, “Rafael got him a ticket to the Bastille Day parade.” Rahul Gandhi even claims that PM Modi attended the event while Manipur was on fire and the European Union was debating India’s domestic affairs, but the Prime Minister was silent on both matters.

PM Modi tweeted a photo of the parade ceremonial at the same moment. It was a special journey to France, he remarked in the caption after posting the photo. I was able to take part in the Bastille Day festivities, which made it even more remarkable. It was fantastic to see the Indian contingent marching in the front. For their remarkable warmth and kindness, President @EmmanuelMacron and the French people have my sincere gratitude. May the friendship between France and India grow. Let me state right here that 269 soldiers from the three wings of the Indian Army took part in the French parade.

The European Parliament introduced a resolution just prior to PM Modi’s visit urging the Indian government to step up efforts to put an end to the bloodshed in Manipur. India, meanwhile, asserted that an EU resolution on Manipur exposes the EU’s colonial mentality. Arindam Bagchi, a spokeswoman for the Ministry of External Affairs, added that such intervention in India’s domestic affairs is undesirable and exhibits a colonial mentality. All levels of Indian government, including the judiciary, are aware of the circumstances in Manipur and are acting to uphold peace, harmony, and law and order. The European Parliament would be wise to focus more of its attention on internal matters.

According to Indian Foreign Secretary Vinay Kwatra, India has contacted EU lawmakers before the resolution on Manipur, which is a “internal matter” for India. Let us inform you that the Indian Navy announced an agreement to purchase 26 Rafale-Marine fighter jets for INS Vikrant during PM Modi’s visit to France.

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