People in Congress who care about the integrity and sovereignty of the country must go, says Shergill

People in Congress who care about the integrity and sovereignty of the country must go, says Shergill

Anil Antony, a leader in Kerala, resigned from his positions in the Congress on Wednesday. BJP spokesman Jaiveer Shergill used this opportunity to criticize his previous party, saying people who support the nation's integrity and sovereignty cannot continue to be members.

"People with self-respect who advocate for the country, for its sovereignty, and for its integrity cannot continue to serve in Congress. Cong is dominated by "chamchon ka durbar," not "mohabbat ki dukan," "He said, reiterating Antony's criticism of the party's sycophancy.

Speaking for Pakistan, China, and propagandists, according to Shergill, is a need to stay in the Cong at this time. Even though he omitted Antony's name, the context was evident on a day when the son of illustrious Congressman AK Antony resigned from all of his party positions in the wake of harsh criticism for a tweet he made in opposition to a contentious BBC program on the Gujarat riots in 2002.

According to him, the "wall of hate/abuses" on Facebook over the same subject and the "intolerant calls" to recant his tweet criticizing the documentary were what ultimately led him to make the choice.

Anil Antony said in a tweet on Tuesday that people who support the British broadcaster and the former UK foreign secretary Jack Straw, who is known as the "brain behind the Iraq war" (which the US-led coalition launched in 2003), are creating a terrible precedent.