India News

Kerala BJP suggests Rahul Gandhi’s avoidance of Ram Mandir visit may be due to fear of Muslim leaders

Kerala BJP President accuses Rahul Gandhi of avoiding Ram Mandir visit due to fear of Muslim leaders. K. Surendran claims Gandhi’s secularism is one-sided and he may visit the temple after April 26. Surendran questions Gandhi’s political stance and accuses him of hypocrisy.

Surendran alleges that Gandhi is hesitant to visit Ram Mandir in Ayodhya due to fear of Indian Union Muslim League, Jamaat-e-Islami, and the SDPI. He questions Gandhi’s one political stand in Delhi and another in Kerala, pointing out contradictions in his actions. Surendran also criticizes Gandhi for opposing the appointment of a Schedule Tribe woman as President.

The BJP President questions Gandhi’s opposition to the ongoing Enforcement Directorate action on Arvind Kejriwal and challenges him to maintain the same stance if ED investigates Kerala Chief Minister Pinarayi Vijayan and his daughter. Surendran highlights the discrepancies in Gandhi’s political stand and actions, raising doubts about his commitment to secularism and consistency in his beliefs.

IANS

IANS, established in 1986, is India's largest independent news service, offering 24x7 news from India and South Asia, and a preferred source for diverse content across six business verticals.

Related Articles

This will close in 5 seconds