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Rahul Gandhi was in ‘occasion temper ‘after 26/11 assaults: Details

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Rahul Gandhi was in 'party mood 'after 26/11 attacks: Details

It has been 13 years for the reason that metropolis of Mumbai fell siege to one of many deadliest assaults that the nation had witnessed. Orchestrated by the Islamist terror outfit Lashkar-e-Taiba (LeT), a complete of 10 Pakistani terrorists carried out 12 capturing and bombing incidents in India’s Financial Capital. The 26/11 assaults claimed the lives of 165 civilians and injured over 300 individuals. The safety forces had additionally neutralised 9 terrorists and caught one Ajmal Kasab alive.
Iconic locations within the metropolis such because the Chhatrapati Shivaji Terminus, Leopold Cafe, Cama Hospital, Taj Palace, Nariman House, Oberoi Trident turned the goal of Islamist assaults. A complete of 15 policemen and a couple of National Security Guard (NSG) commandos together with Major Sandeep Unnikrishnan, NSG Commando Hawaldar Gajender Singh Bisht had been killed in motion. The lethal terror assault gripped the whole nation in a state of concern.
While the whole nation mourned the useless, Congress scion Rahul Gandhi remained in a celebration temper. The 38-year-old then didn’t appear to fathom the severity of the scenario. “Even before the tears of Major Sandeep Unnikrishnan’s mother could dry up, Congress general secretary and heir apparent Rahul Gandhi went partying with his pals at a farmhouse on Delhi’s outskirts,” learn a report by Mail Today/ India Today.
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The Congress scion went to the marriage ‘sangeet’ of his childhood good friend Samir Sharma at his farmhouse in Rahdhey Mohan Chowk on the outskirts of the National Capital. India Today reported that Samir was the son of Captain Satish Sharma, who occurred to be the flying companion of Rajiv Gandhi and a former MP from Rae Bareli.
“Mumbai appeared to be far from her brother’s mind as he boogied at the farmhouse with Samir Sharma…The Prince seemed to be completely out of sync with the mood of the nation post-26/11,” the report emphasised. In the aftermath of the 26/11 assaults, different politicians and restaurant house owners had cancelled particular occasions and events. But Rahul Gandhi didn’t trouble to reschedule his plans or mourn on the time of nationwide grief.
According to company lawyer Ajay Bahl, who was trapped on the Oberoi Towers throughout the terror assault, the actions of Rahul Gandhi made him lose his religion in political leaders.“When everyone is cancelling parties or just keeping them low-key, Rahul Gandhi had no business to be celebrating. His action makes us lose faith in future leaders,” he stated. Rahul Gandhi’s presence on the ‘sangeet’ even made an nameless visitor to take objection.
“We were all partying, but none of us is a public person. Rahul Gandhi, however, is. He must be more responsible in his social appearances,” the visitor had remarked. While the Congress scion was busy partying, his sister Priyanka Vadra took the fear assault as a possibility to brag over the legacy of Indira Gandhi. She went on to say that the ‘Iron Lady’ would have made everybody proud by her actions within the aftermath of the 26/11 assaults.
While in 2008, Rahul Gandhi cared little for his nation and the aftermath of a heinous terror assault, as we speak, he took to Twitter to pay tribute to the braves of 26/11.
सीमा पर कठिन मौसम में परिवार से दूर रहकर देश की रक्षा करता है।आतंकवादी हमले में अपनी जान की बाज़ी लगाकर मासूमों को बचाता है।जान की नहीं, जहान की फ़िक्र करता है।परिवार की, गाँव की, देश की शान है- ऐसा मेरे देश का जवान है।26/11 #MumbaiTerrorAttack के वीरों को नमन।जय हिंद!— Rahul Gandhi (@RahulGandhi) November 26, 2021
Having been in energetic politics for the previous 20 years, the Congress scion has now learnt the artwork of ‘political tokenism.’ Although he had then disregarded the tragedy that fell upon the residents of Mumbai on the fateful day of November 26, 2008, Rahul Gandhi now doesn’t neglect to share a message of condolence (ready by his PR crew) on the anniversary of the Mumbai assaults.