A combative and aggressive Congress leader Rahul Gandhi tore into Prime Minister Narendra Modi a day after the top opposition leader was disqualified from parliament. Rahul Gandhi claimed the Prime Minister is scared of his next speech and used a Veer Savarkar reference to answer why he didn't apologise over his remarks in London and during the defamation trial in which he was convicted.
"I have been disqualified as the Prime Minister is scared of my next speech. I have seen fear in his eyes. That's why they don't want me to speak in the Parliament," said the Congress leader.
Responding to the BJP's calls for apology, he said, "My name is not Savarkar. I am a Gandhi. I won't apologise."
Turning te table on Rahul Gandhi, the BJP, meanwhile, doubled down on its attack on Rahul Gandhi, claiming the Congress was trying to project him as a victim for electoral gains.
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