The US has reacted to former Congress President Rahul Gandhi's statement in Parliament that "China and Pakistan are getting closer because of the Indian government's foreign policy." Edward Price, a spokesman for the US State Department, stated, "I will not accept Rahul Gandhi's remark."
Lets us tell you that because of Prime Minister Narendra Modi's ineffectual policies, China and Pakistan are closer than ever, according to Rahul Gandhi. "This is a problem of Pakistan and China, and it should be left to those two countries," US State Department spokesman Edward Price said when asked about Rahul's statement. He stated that I would strongly oppose such remarks.
Rahul Gandhi subtly criticized the Modi government during the debate on the Motion of Thanks in the Lok Sabha on the President's address. According to him, an endeavor is being made to manage the country in the manner of a'shahenshah.' The country is now facing a "major risk" on both the internal and exterior fronts as a result of this government's policies. He further argued that the central government's policy is to blame for the current state of affairs between China and Pakistan.
According to Rahul Gandhi, "You're putting yourself at risk. My advice is to put a halt to it." He stated, in response to China's border aggression and the challenge posed by Pakistan's border, "The threat isn't something you take lightly. You've brought Pakistan and China together. China without a doubt has a well-defined strategy. Doklam and Ladakh have built the groundwork for it. This is a serious threat to the country's security. You've made major strategic errors in both J&K and international policy. You've combined two fronts into a single one."
Rahul Gandhi claimed that this government has divided into two Hindustans, one for the wealthy and the other for the poor. The main difficulties the country is facing, according to Rahul Gandhi, were not discussed in the speech. "Just for constructing this nation, my great-grandpa (Jawaharlal Nehru) was imprisoned for 15 years, my grandmother (Indira Gandhi) was shot with 32 bullets, and my father (Rajiv Gandhi) was blown up," he remarked. He gave his life to build our country. That is why I have a basic understanding of what a country is.