Who picked Rahul Gandhi’s pocket at Golden Temple, asks Akali Dal; Congress cries ‘fake news’

On Saturday evening, former Union minister and current Bathinda MP Harsimrat Kaur Badal took to Twitter to suggest that Congress leader Rahul Gandhi may have been pickpocketed during his visit to Golden Temple in Punjab's Amritsar on Thursday. The Shiromani Akali Dal leader suggested that if some belonging of Rahul Gandhi's was stolen at the…

On Saturday night time, passe Union minister and most modern Bathinda MP Harsimrat Kaur Badal took to Twitter to counsel that Congress chief Rahul Gandhi could per chance well per chance had been pickpocketed accurate thru his test with to Golden Temple in Punjab’s Amritsar on Thursday.

The Shiromani Akali Dal chief suggested that if some belonging of Rahul Gandhi’s changed into as soon as stolen at the holy dwelling, it could per chance well simplest had been completed by senior Congress leaders who accompanied him. This entails Punjab CM Channi, Punjab Congress chief Navjot Sidhu and Punjab Deputy CM Sukhjinder Singh Randhawa.

Extra, she claimed that the account could per chance well honest be “one extra are trying and bring sinister title to our holiest shrine after the ‘beadbi’ [sacrilege] incidents”.

In her tweet, she stated, “Who picked Rahul Gandhi’s pocket at Sri Harmandir Sahib? Charanjit Channi? Navjot Sidhu? Or Sukhjinder Singh Randhawa? These had been the most attractive three contributors allowed by Z-security to in finding terminate to him. Or is it honest one extra are trying and bring sinister title to our holiest shrine after the ‘beadbi’ incidents?”

Who picked @RahulGandhi’s pocket at Sri Harmandir Sahib?@CHARANJITCHANNI? @sherryontopp? or @Sukhjinder_INC? These had been the most attractive 3 contributors allowed by Z-security to in finding terminate to him. Or is it honest one extra are trying and bring sinister title to our holiest shrine, after the ‘be-adbi’ incidents?— Harsimrat Kaur Badal (@HarsimratBadal_) January 29, 2022

‘FAKE NEWS’: CONGRESS

Responding to Harsimrat Kaur Badal’s tweet, Congress chief Randeep Surjewala stated that she changed into as soon as spreading “mistaken news” and nothing of the kind she described had took place. Extra, he known as it a “shame to the holy Guru’s residence” that such “mistaken news” had been unfold.

In a jibe at the passe minister, Randeep Surjewala stated that “sitting in the Modi authorities’s Cupboard and permitting the shadowy farm prison pointers” changed into as soon as “positively love pickpocketing hardworking farmers”. Harsimrat Kaur Badal had resigned from the Modi-led Cupboard in September 2020 to register her say against the three contentious farm prison pointers.

In his tweet, Randeep Surjewala wrote, “Ms Harsimrat, spreading such mistaken news when nothing love this has took place is a shame to the holy Guru’s residence. The electoral stalemate will amble on, but it’s doubtless you’ll per chance well presumably mild say accountability and maturity. Sure, sitting in the Cupboard of the Modi authorities and approving the shadowy prison pointers is totally love pickpocketing hardworking farmers.”

— Randeep Singh Surjewala (@rssurjewala) January 29, 2022

RAHUL GANDHI’S PUNJAB VISIT

Before the Punjab Assembly election, Congress chief Rahul Gandhi visited the Harmandir Sahib, also generally known as Golden Temple, in Punjab’s Amritsar on Thursday. He changed into as soon as accompanied by the Congress birthday party’s candidates for the upcoming election.

After paying obeisance at the gurudwara, the leaders partook in a langar (communal meal) at the Golden Temple.

Following the test with to the Golden Temple, Rahul Gandhi visited Durgiana Mandir and Bhagwan Valmiki Tirath Sthal. Later in the day, he addressed a digital rally — Navi Soch Nava Punjab — in Jalandhar.

The Punjab Assembly election 2022 could per chance be held in a single segment on February 20 for 117 constituencies. The counting of votes will utilize hassle on March 10.

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