Kiren Rijiju Hit Back At Rahul Gandhi: Tukde-tukde Gang Members Will Get A Befitting Reply

Kiren Rijiju hit back at Rahul Gandhi, saying – Tukde-tukde gang members will get a befitting reply.

Union Law Minister Kiren Rijiju has attacked Congress leader Rahul Gandhi in gestures.

Rijiju has responded to Rahul’s statement in London, in which he said that democracy and the judiciary in India are under threat.

Rijiju said that attempts are being made to tell the world that the Indian judiciary and democracy are in trouble, but this is just a blatant lie and an attempt to malign India.

Democracy is in our blood.

Speaking at the Central Government Law Officers’ Conference in Bhubaneswar, the Union Minister said that the Indian Judiciary is independent.

And the Indian Judiciary can never be forced to play the role of the opposition party. No one can even question Indian democracy because democracy runs in our blood.

People of the Tukde Tukde gang will get an answer.

Indirectly attacking Rahul, Rijiju said that the members of the Tukde-Tukde gang should better understand under whose leadership India has embarked on a journey of great rejuvenation.

He said that we the people of India will give a befitting reply to these people. The minister said that these gangs get active support from anti-India foreign organizations.

Systematically they attack the credibility of all important organs of Indian democracy, the Indian government, judiciary and defense, election commission, and investigative agencies.

The judiciary cannot play the role of opposition.

Inaugurating a convention of lawyers of the Center in the eastern states, Rijiju said on Saturday that the Indian judiciary cannot be questioned.

He said that to say that the judiciary is in trouble is in a way an attempt to tarnish the image of the country. Rijiju said the judiciary should stay away from public criticism.

He said that this problem is with the same group, which wants to see the judiciary in the role of an opposition party, and that will never happen.

Rahul gave this statement.

Rahul Gandhi said two days ago at Cambridge University in London that democracy in India is in danger because independent agencies are being misused.

He had also said that along with him the phones of several big opposition leaders were spied on through Pegasus.

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