‘Truth has a bad habit of coming out…’ Rahul Gandhi said on BBC documentary on PM

India: The Modi Question: Bharat Jodo Yatra is currently going on in Jammu and Kashmir towards its conclusion. Congress MP Rahul Gandhi held a press conference on Tuesday amid the yatra. During this, the Prime Minister

Rahul Gandhi said, "If you have read our scriptures, or you have read the Bhagavad Gita or the Upanishads… then you can see that the truth always comes out. You can’t imprison him… you can suppress media… you can control institutions, you can use CBI, ED and all that but truth is truth."

Bad habit of letting the truth come out – Gandhi 

Today the second part of the documentary will come 

Let us tell you that the documentary made on PM Modi has created a huge controversy at the national and international level. Part 2 of a two-part documentary "India: The Modi Question" – To be released in the United Kingdom in a few hours (Tuesday at 9 pm Indian time). At the same time, taking a tough stand on the BBC documentary, the government banned it. "propaganda" has been termed.

By mentioning the Gujarat riots in the documentary, questions have been raised on PM Modi’s tenure during that period. About 2 thousand people died in these riots. It has been claimed that the real story of Gujarat riots has been shown in this documentary. 

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