Labor Party objected to Boris Johnson’s picture with PM Narendra Modi, what is the matter, Labor Party objected to Boris Johnson’s picture with PM Narendra Modi, what is the matter
Labor Party objected to Boris Johnson’s picture with PM Narendra Modi, what is the matter
- Ruckus over photo of Boris Johnson and PM Narendra Modi witnessing by-elections in northern England
- The Labor Party called the picture divisive and anti-national
- On social media, people asked questions to the representatives of the Labor Party
There is going to be a by-election in northern England and the Conservative Party has used the picture of PM Narendra Modi to win and because of this the Labor Party is targeting it. But diaspora groups launched a front against the Labor Party, saying the opposition Labor Party was divisive and anti-India. Campaigning for Thursday’s by-elections in Batley in West Yorkshire and Spain’s by-elections showed Modi shaking hands with Conservative Party leader and Prime Minister Boris Johnson at the 2019 G7 summit.
Uproar over witness photo of Johnson and Modi
When Tory MP Richard Holden posted a picture of it on Twitter, there were tremendous reactions on social media. People asked him if this meant that Sir Keir Starmer, the leader of the Labor Party, should not be seen shaking hands with the Indian Prime Minister. Conservative Friends of India, an organization of the Indian community, said that Dear Keer Starmer, can you explain this propaganda material and clarify whether any Prime Minister or politician of the Labor Party has any connection with the world’s largest democracy Will you refuse? Is this your message to the over 1.5 million members of the Indian community in the UK?
Labor Party laid siege
There is also resentment among the leaders of the Labor Party regarding this propaganda material. Labor Friends of India (LFIN) did not demand its immediate withdrawal. In a statement, LFIN said that it is unfortunate that the Labor Party has put on its leaflet the world’s largest democracy and one of Britain’s closest friends Prime Minister of India. Has used a picture of the 2019 G7 summit. The Labor Party asked what is the meaning of the picture of an outsider in the country’s election.
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