Congress leader and former party chief Rahul Gandhi on Thursday sharpened his attack on the Centre and PM Modi, tweeting out that the prime minister is “100% focused on building his own image”. “India’s captured institutions are all busy doing this task. One man’s image is not a substitute for a national vision,” Gandhi posted along with a video. In a two-minute-long video, Gandhi talked about India’s ties with China after the brutal Galwan valley faceoff last month wherein 20 Indian Army soldiers were killed.
“If you deal with them (China) with a position of strength, you can deal with them,” Gandhi said in the video. Gandhi said that if the Chinese sense weakness, then it will be a problem. “Dealing with the situation with China requires a vision, an international vision,” Gandhi said, adding that India needs to have a global vision and needs to become an idea in itself.
Gandhi said that a huge opportunity will be missed by not thinking long-term and big.
PM is 100% focused on building his own image. India’s captured institutions are all busy doing this task.
One man’s image is not a substitute for a national vision.pic.twitter.com/8L1KSzXpiJ
— Rahul Gandhi (@RahulGandhi)July 23, 2020
“We’re fighting among ourselves, look at the politics. An Indian is fighting an Indian. This shows there is no clear cut vision going forward,” he added.
Gandhi said that his responsibility is to question the prime minister and put forth questions, so that “he does his work”.
“It is his responsibility to give the vision and I can guarantee you that it is not there and that is why China is in there,” Gandhi concluded.
This comes a couple of days after Gandhi took to Twitter and posted that the prime minister