Following the reports of construction of a village by China inside Indian Territory in Arunachal Pradesh, a political war of words has exploded between the Congress and the BJP.

Congress leader Rahul Gandhi today launched a scathing attack on the BJP and Prime Minister Narendra Modi over the setting of a village by China in Arunachal Pradesh.

Rahul Gandhi took to the twitter to take a jibe at Prime Minister Modi.

“Remember his promise- Main desh ko nahi jhukne dunga (I won’t let the country bow down),” Rahul Gandhi tweeted.

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Rahul Gandhi was referring to a song (Main desh ko nahi jhukne dunga) from PM Narendra Modi’s biopic.

Union Minister Kiren Rijiju hit back at Rahul Gandhi.

Rijiju blamed the Chinese incursion in Arunachal Pradesh on the past Congress Governments.

“Do look within sometimes, it is easy to blame someone else. Those locations you are referring to have been under Chinese occupation since very-very long Congress regime in India. How can a national leader is ignorant and unaware of sensitive facts?” Rijiju posted.

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On the other hand, BJP national president JP Nadda also attacked Rahul Gandhi and the Congress on the matter.

JP Nadda tweeted: “When will Rahul Gandhi, his dynasty and Congress stop lying on China? Can he deny that thousands of kms, including the one in Arunachal Pradesh he is referring to was gifted by none other than Pandit Nehru to the Chinese? Time and again, why does Congress surrender to China.”

Meanwhile, mocked by BJP national president JP Nadda with a series of questions, Rahul Gandhi hit back at the BJP president.

“Who is JP Nadda? Is he my professor? Why should I answer him?” Rahul Gandhi said.

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