G-20 Summit India:The G-20 summit has started today at the Bharat Mandapam in New Delhi, the capital of India. Prime Minister Narendra Modi welcomed all the stalwarts from around the world. At the same time, Congress leader and MP Rahul Gandhi has targeted the Narendra Modi government at the Center on the first day of the G-20 summit. He tweeted and wrote that there is no need to hide the reality of India from foreign guests.
Rahul Gandhi said attack
Rahul Gandhi tweeted on Twitter and said that the Indian government is hiding our poor people and animals. Congress has continued its attack on the government on many aspects of the G-20. In this, Rahul Gandhi tweeted and said that the issue is to hide the poor of the capital. The party had earlier shared a video of Coolie Camp, a slum in Delhi’s Vasant Vihar, where public places were hidden ahead of the G-20 summit.
The Congress party shared a video on its official Twitter handle claiming that several street dogs were brutally dragged by their necks and put in cages as Delhi was all set to host the international leaders. Also, the video said that they were being deprived of food and water. The Congress Party said that it is necessary that we should raise our voice against such action and demand justice from the government for these voiceless animals.
Jairam Ramesh also targeted Modi government
Congress leader Jairam Ramesh has pointed out many flaws in the G20 system. He said that India has not allowed the media to ask questions to US President Joe Biden and PM Modi after the bilateral meeting. Jairam Ramesh said that President Biden’s team says that despite many requests, India has not allowed the media to ask questions to him and Prime Minister Modi after their bilateral meeting. President Biden will now take questions from the media who accompanied him to Vietnam on September 11.