'Congress Is Dying, Pakistan Is Crying': Modi claims Pakistan's desire to see Rahul Gandhi as India's PM | Watch video

Before the elections, former Pakistani minister Fawad Chaudhry complimented Rahul Gandhi's recent speech against the BJP government led by Prime Minister Narendra Modi.

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In response to former Pakistani minister Fawad Chaudhry's compliments for Congressman Rahul Gandhi on Thursday, Prime Minister Narendra Modi stated that this had revealed the "partnership" between Pakistan and the Congress.

PM takes a jab at Congress and RaGa

Speaking at a public event in Anand, Gujarat, Modi stated that Pakistani authorities are hoping that Rahul Gandhi will become prime minister and that the Congress will lose ground in India. In his speech, he asked the audience to observe the coincidence that the Congress is losing ground in India these days. He mentions that it is ironic that Pakistan is sobbing and Congress is dying in this place. According to the PM Leaders in Pakistan, they are now hoping for Congress and the Congress is known to be supportive of Pakistan, keen to choose the prince as prime minister. "This alliance between Pakistan and the Congress has now been exposed in its entirety," Prime Minister Modi declared during a public gathering in Anand, Gujarat.

PM Modi bases Congress's poll campaign 

In his speech, the pm mentioned that the masters of terror used to receive dossiers from the Congress government, which was weak. However, the prime minister said, "Terrorists are killed on the ground by Modi's powerful government." Before the elections, Fawad Chaudhry, a former minister of Pakistan, applauded Rahul Gandhi for his recent speech against the BJP government led by Prime Minister Narendra Modi. On Thursday, Fawad Chaudhry praised Rahul Gandhi for "expressing the existing condition" of India in his speech.The politician from Pakistan responded that he would support everyone who speaks out on the "correct topic" when asked if he was supporting Rahul Gandhi.

BJP and the matter in hand!

Amit Malviya, the head of the BJP IT-Cell, published a screenshot of the Pakistani leader's post on Wednesday, stating that the Congress's "dalliance with Pakistan can not get more clear." Rahul Gandhi is being supported by Ch Fawad Hussain, the Minister of Information and Broadcasting in the Imran Khan government. Will the Congress run in the Pakistani elections? The evidence of Congress's involvement with Pakistan is overwhelming, ranging from a manifesto bearing the hallmarks of the Muslim League to a resounding endorsement from over the border, according to Malviya.