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I'm not Savarkar and I won't apologize. Regarding Disqualification, Rahul Gandhi

A day after being removed from the House of Representatives, the opposition leader, Rahul Gandhi, they attacked Prime Minister Narendra Modi.


Mr Gandhi claimed that the Prime Minister was terrified of giving his following address and made a comparison to Veer Savarkar to explain why he didn't apologise for his remarks made in London and during the defamation trial in which he was found guilty.


While this was going on, the BJP intensified its criticism of Mr Gandhi, alleging that Congress was attempting to present him as a victim to get support from voters.


Because the prime minister is worried about my upcoming address, I have been disqualified. I could see the terror in his eyes. The Congress leader claimed that this is the reason why they are refusing me to speak in the parliament.


Additionally, he denied the BJP's charges that he had requested foreign governments meddle in the country's domestic affairs. He asserted that he had asked the Speaker for permission to address the criticisms of his remarks from London on the House floor.


Leaders of the BJP asserted that I support anti-Indian groups. I let the Speaker know that I had the option of disputing these allegations. But he claimed he wouldn't let me. I merely have to fight for the truth and uphold this nation's democratic principles. Whether I'm in exile or prison, I won't stop running.


Do I appear anxious? I'm excited, said Mr Gandhi, unfazed. The BJP swiftly refuted Mr Gandhi's accusation that he had offended OBCs by remarking the surname Modi.


32 leaders from throughout the country, including six BJP members, have also been disqualified, so he is not alone in this. Former Union minister Ravi Shankar Prasad said that Congress is trying to make Rahul Gandhi seem like a victim in Karnataka to win over voters.


The senior Congressman, Mr Gandhi, was found guilty of defamation on Thursday by a Gujarat court (the state of origin for PM Modi). He was given a two-year prison sentence, and the next day he lost his right to run for office as an MP. He has not yet filed a higher court appeal of the judgement.

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