BJP president J P Nadda on Sunday accused Rahul Gandhi of overstepping all bounds of democracy and said he should be sent packing "lock, stock and barrel" in a democratic manner. "Those who do not believe in democracy have no place in democracy," Nadda said in his address after virtually inaugurating the 'National Youth parliament' of his party's youth wing Bharatiya Janata Yuva Morcha, being held in Chennai. The Congress has become mentally bankrupt, the BJP chief said while alleging that Gandhi "instigated" foreign powers like the US and European countries to interfere in India's internal affairs by claiming that they were "oblivious" while democracy was under threat in India. "Rahul Gandhi has crossed all bounds of democracy," he said.
What kind of statements he makes, Nadda asked, saying people of India do not listen to him, but merely tolerate him."Rahul Gandhi not merely insulted the nation by his shameful remarks about the democratic values of India, but also invited the foreign nations to intervene in our country," the BJP president said. He should be sent packing in a democratic manner, Nadda said. He also focussed on the positive changes for the youth the government has brought in the country."Under Modi Ji's leadership, India has been truly transformed. This is the right time for the youth," he said, citing the rising number of professional educational institutions like the IIMs, IITs, medical colleges besides universities. The BJP president claimed that India was seen by others before 2014 as one of the most "corrupt" nations which "crawled on its knees" and followed others. It was marred by policy paralysis, he said. Under Modi's leadership, it has become a leading country which shows the way to the world, with the prime minister pulling the country out of corruption, criminalisation and dynastic rule, and putting it on the path of inclusive development, Nadda said.
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