BJP questions Rahul Gandhi’s speech at Cambridge University

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Along with BJP leader Amit Malviya, many BJP leaders have raised questions on the speech given by Congress leader Rahul Gandhi at Cambridge University.

Amit Malviya tweeted, “Rahul Gandhi shamelessly justifies China’s authoritarianism. He is calling social harmony a Chinese value. Individual freedom is not at the center of his thoughts. He doesn’t want things to get out of control.” Be it even if they are lawful. As lawful as individual liberty is to America.”

Rahul Gandhi was comparing China and America in his speech. Comparing in this way, he described China as a peace-loving country in contrast to America.

Giving examples, Rahul Gandhi explained that while in China we see that infrastructure, railways, airports are all linked to nature, whereas when it comes to America, it considers itself bigger than nature.

He said that it is enough to tell how much China is interested in peace. Apart from this, he said that the Chinese government works like a corporation.

Apart from this, Rahul Gandhi mentioned many things in his speech. He accused Prime Minister Narendra Modi of destroying the idea of India and said that efforts are being made to impose only one idea in India.

The Congress party also defended its leader saying that Rahul Gandhi is talking about strengthening democracy. The party says that Rahul Gandhi is telling that it is necessary for the agencies to remain impartial in a democracy.

Rahul Gandhi is a visiting fellow at Cambridge Judge Business School and on Tuesday evening he spoke on the different perspectives of democracy, China and America. He is on a week-long UK tour after the Jodo Yatra and the recent Parliament session. In his speech at the prestigious Cambridge University, Rahul Gandhi referred to his recent Bharat Jodo Yatra.