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Why was Rahul Gandhi stuck in answering the question, Congress’s reply on BJP’s taunt


New Delhi: former president of congress Rahul Gandhi ,Rahul GandhiUK tour of ) has been in a lot of controversy. UK Labor Party leader Jeremy Corbyn (Jeremy Corbyn MP UKBJP raised questions about his meeting with BJP shared a picture of Rahul Gandhi’s meeting with Corbyn, saying the former Congress president has met a British leader who advocates the separation of Kashmir from India and is anti-Hindu. Questions also arose regarding the approval of his visit. At the same time another video of him is viral (Videos Goes Viral) is happening in which he gets stuck in answering a question.

This video is going viral on social media. The question that was asked to Rahul Gandhi in this was related to violence and non-violence. BJP IT cell head Amit Malviya tweeted this video and wrote that use written script for more effect.

In the video that has been shared, Dr. Shruti Kapila asked Rahul Gandhi at Cambridge University that my question is actually about violence and living with it. How do you see the conflict between violence and non-violence in Indian society and can say something about your experience in dealing with it. After the question, Rahul Gandhi remained silent for a long time.

After that he said that I think after that they become silent again. After that he says that the words which are in my mind, those forgiveness then become silent. It can be heard in the video that Shruti Kapila said that I did not want to trouble you, it was a natural question. I am surprised that till date no one has asked you. Rahul Gandhi said that no, I have been asked. If this question has been asked, then the answer… In response, Rahul Gandhi said that because I am thinking deeply to answer.. After that Shruti Kapila says okay.

Congress spokesperson Randeep Surjewala tweeted that I wish BJP friends could understand the pain of losing their grandmother and father in the terrorist attacks and sum up the dichotomy between violence and non-violence in one word – ‘apology’. Gandhian of non-violence don’t lower the price

Dinesh Pratap Singh, a minister in the UP government and contested the 2019 Lok Sabha elections from Rae Bareli, shared this video and wrote that Mr. Rahul Gandhi in the scripted interview.

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