Anil Antony said he had ‘no problem’ with anyone in the Congress party, including Rahul Gandhi, but ‘in the 75th year of our independence, we cannot allow foreigners or their institutions to undermine our sovereignty. ‘Junior Antony made the statement.’ This statement was made when Rahul Gandhi was interacting with reporters in Jammu during his ‘Join India Yatra’. The government’s efforts to curb online sharing of documentaries in the country were questioned. Former Congress President Rahul Gandhi said that ‘If you read our Vedas, Bhagavad Gita or Upanishads, you will find that it is written there that truth cannot be hidden. The truth always comes out. “So you can ban the press, you can suppress it, you can control institutions, you can use CBI, ED etc., but the truth is the truth,” he said. The truth shines differently because no amount of bans, repression and threats to people will prevent the truth from coming out.
Let us tell you that the Ministry of Foreign Affairs has termed this BBC documentary as a part of such propaganda which shows a colonial mentality. The opposition leaders have hit the center hard on this issue. When Narendra Modi was the Chief Minister of Gujarat, there were fierce riots in Gujarat. It is worth mentioning that the committee formed on the direction of the Supreme Court to investigate the Gujarat riots gave a clean chit to Narendra Modi. The committee found no evidence against Modi in the case.
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