BJP President JP Nadda launched a scathing attack on Rahul Gandhi, accusing him of operating a “mega shopping mall of hatred.” During a recent event in the national capital, Nadda claimed that Rahul Gandhi, the former Congress president, undermines India’s achievements and fuels divisions among communities.
Nadda criticized Gandhi for questioning the surgical strike, allegedly attempting to divide the Hindu-Muslim communities, and falsely claiming to run a “shop of love” called “mohabbat ki dukan.” Nadda retorted, “You are not running a ‘shop of love.’ Instead, you have opened a ‘mega shopping mall of hatred’ known as ‘nafrat ka mega shopping mall.'”
In response, Chhattisgarh Chief Minister Bhupesh Baghel took a swipe at Nadda, asserting that neither the BJP nor the public takes him seriously. Baghel also questioned the selection process behind Nadda’s appointment as BJP chief, suggesting that it remains a mystery.
Baghel further remarked, “Ever since Nadda assumed the presidency, he has undermined his own party in his own state. Rahul Gandhi, on the other hand, promotes unity amidst the market of hatred. The BJP’s selfish motives are only fulfilled when they manage to sow discord between two societies or religions.”
The verbal exchange highlights the deep-seated animosity between political rivals, with both sides trading barbs and questioning each other’s credibility.