In Amish Devgan’s show, Acharya Pramod called Rahul Gandhi a great man, on which BJP leader Sambit Patra started making fun of him.
Rahul Gandhi has once again come into the limelight for his statements. Addressing his workers in Jammu, he said that the powers of Goddess Durga, Goddess Lakshmi and Goddess Saraswati have diminished due to the Modi government. Rahul Gandhi alleged that demonetisation and GST by the Modi government reduced the power of Goddess Lakshmi. The statement of Rahul Gandhi was also discussed in News18’s show ‘Aar Paar’. While on one hand Acharya Pramod called Rahul Gandhi a great man, Sambit Patra was seen making fun of the Congress leader.
Talking about Rahul Gandhi, Acharya Pramod Krishnam said, “What is devotion is a matter of emotion, it is a matter of reverence and it is a matter of faith. Rahul Gandhi has a clean heart and it is written in our Ramcharit Manas that I accept the devotion of one whose heart is pure.
Acharya Pramod Krishnam further said, “What is the difference between Bharatiya Janata Party and Rahul Gandhi. That is, when Rahul Gandhi ji goes to Vaishno Devi, Jai Mata Di slogan is raised and there is cheer, but it does not say anything on that. But if Rahul Gandhi is saying that mother’s powers are decreasing, then don’t go by her words. They want to hold him on his words.”
Acharya Pramod further said, “Rahul Gandhi is such a great man, whose heart is pure and the heart of all the leaders of the Bharatiya Janata Party is full of deceit.” BJP spokesperson Sambit Patra started making fun of Acharya Pramod’s talk. Taking a jibe at the Congress leader, he said, “Now it has to be said that Rahul Gandhi is not a man but a great man.”
Talking about Rahul Gandhi, Sambit Patra said, “It was our fault that we were thinking of Rahul Gandhi as a man. Gentle heart, full of devotion, devotion, service spirit. Don’t call him Rahul Gandhi from today, Baba will call him Rahul Gandhi. Well, we used to say Baba only earlier. Taking a jibe at the Congress leader, he further said, “Should we sit here and do research that how much devotion is there in his mind, how much is not.”