Photos of Rahul Gandhi cycling to Pangong Lake in Ladakh sparked a political controversy between the BJP and the Congress party.
Criticizing Rahul Gandhi, Union Minister Kiren Rijiju on Saturday praised the Congress leader for pushing for “wonderful roads” to be built in the Himalayas under the leadership of Prime Minister Narendra Modi. Rijiju also posted a video on ‘X’, formerly Twitter, claiming to be from 2012, in which a range of sport utility vehicles can be seen navigating a makeshift road full of rocks and boulders. Pangong Tso Road in Ladakh.
“Thank you Rahul Gandhi for promoting the wonderful roads of Ladakh built by the Narendra Modi government,” Rijiju said in a post on ‘X’.
Parliamentary Affairs Minister Pralhad Joshi said on ‘X’, “In order to witness and propagate the post-Article 370 developments in Leh and Ladakh, Shri Rahul Gandhi himself made a trip to the valley. valley. We are thrilled and delighted to see glimpses of his road trip.”
Parliament speaker Pawan Khera challenged the BJP to reveal details of the road on which Gandhi was seen cycling and said Hindi films shot in Ladakh before 2014 showed the roads Great. Calling these statements childish, Khera said the BJP wants to give credit to everything.
Khera told PTI: “I challenge them (BJP) to reveal details about the path that Rahul Gandhi was seen (cycling). They just want credit for everything.”
Rahul Gandhi on Saturday rode his motorbike from Leh to Pangong Lake in the Union Territory of Ladakh. He shared some pictures of his motorbike expedition from Leh to Pangong on his social media account with the caption “On the way to Pangong lake, where my father used to say, is one of the the most beautiful places in the world.”
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