Rahul Gandhi attacked Union Home Minister Amit Shah and his son during a recent trip to Mizoram, calling them members of a political dynasty. He also cited examples of dynastic politics within the ruling party in people like Jay Shah, Anurag Thakur, and Pankaj Singh (the son of Rajnath Singh).
Himanta Biswa Sarma, the chief minister, responded by saying bluntly that Rahul Gandhi needed to have a deeper understanding of the idea of dynasty politics. Sarma stated, “He (Rahul Gandhi) must familiarize himself with the fundamentals of dynasty politics. Even though Amit Shah’s kid isn’t actively involved in politics, a significant portion of his family has a long history in Congress. Rahul opposes everything that is happening today, but he ignores the fact that he is an essential component of the identical system he criticizes.
Sarma continued to present his viewpoint while emphasizing the irony of Rahul Gandhi’s charges. He said, “Rahul Gandhi must understand the fundamentals of dynasty politics. Despite not being involved in politics, Amit Shah’s family has strong ties to the Congress. Rahul may criticize the system now, but he doesn’t seem to realize that he is an essential component of it.
He seems to believe that the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) is an arm of the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP), Sarma joked in a final, quite direct remark. It’s a very unfortunate misunderstanding.
Rahul Gandhi had already questioned the roles played by Rajnath Singh and Amit Shah’s sons in the political system. When asked about the BJP’s position on dynastic politics during a news conference, Rahul noted that some BJP leaders’ kids were actively involved in politics. What precisely is Amit Shah’s son up to, he wondered? What about the son of Rajnath Singh? As far as I’m aware, Amit Shah’s son is in charge of managing Indian cricket. Let’s remain impartial. There are a lot of dynastic personalities in the BJP, including Anurag Thakur.
The topic of dynastic politics dominates this verbal encounter, bringing attention to the opposing viewpoints of the political figures engaged. It is still to be seen how this discussion will influence political discourse in the coming days.