New Delhi. According to a great news, in the committee meeting of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, the leader of the Congress, Rahul Gandhi himself, has given clarifications on his statement given in Great Britain. In this regard, he said: “My statement was not about any country or government at all.”
Along with this, Rahul said, “My statement was about only one person. In what I said regarding India’s democracy, I did not ask any other country to interfere in India’s affairs.
In fact, according to the reports received in this regard, the Ministry of Foreign Affairs had called a meeting of the Parliamentary Advisory Commission for last Saturday. At the same time, during this meeting, Rahul Gandhi has made these statements. Rahul also said: “I only raised the issue of Indian democracy in London and I cannot be called anti-national for this. I think this is an internal Indian problem and we will solve it.”
It is worth mentioning that a few days ago, Rahul Gandhi had fiercely attacked the BJP and Prime Minister Narendra Modi during his speech on the Journalists Association of India show in London. Here he was giving a speech to about 1,500 Indians abroad.