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    Union Minister Anurag Thakur criticized Rahul Gandhi for his comments in San Francisco. Thakur believes that the Congress Party cannot accept the popularity of Prime Minister Narendra Modi. Thakur specifically mentioned the party’s inability to accept the fact that the Australian Prime Minister referred to Modi as “the Boss” and another leader touched Modi’s feet. Thakur stated that the Congress Party is making derogatory remarks about India on international platforms, despite the country receiving high regard from other nations.

    Thakur’s comments suggest that the Congress Party is not supportive of Modi’s success and is unable to accept his leadership role. This attitude is concerning to Thakur and others who believe that India should receive respect and recognition on the global stage.

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