Rahul not allowed to visit Kailash Mansarovar? Ministry said – Rahul has not asked us

Congress Party President Rahul Gandhi wants to visit Kailash Mansarovar. But for this, he has not yet submitted the application to the Ministry of External Affairs.

In this entire case the Congress party is an attacker on the government. The Congress has alleged that the government does not want Rahul Gandhi to visit Kailash Mansarovar. That is why the government is misbehaving.

  • Rahul Gandhi wants to visit Kailash Mansarovar.
  • We have not received any application from the Congress President, Foreign Ministry.
  • Kailash Mansarovar Yatra has started from June 12.

Claim of application in special category:-

Newspaper National Herald’s website has written with reference to Congress sources that Congress President Rahul Gandhi has not made his application in the time fixed for the common citizens to travel to Kailash Mansarovar. But he has definitely applied for special permission.

These applications are generally valid for Members of Parliament. But so far the Ministry of External Affairs has not given any reply to this application.

No application has been received:-

At the same time, the Foreign Ministry has clearly said that they have not received any application from the Congress President.

Foreign Ministry spokesman Ravish Kumar said, “Kailash Mansarovar Yatra has started from June 12. Applications for travel are to be done in the month of March-April. No application of Congress President Rahul Gandhi has so far received the Ministry. He had definitely announced the trip but has not given the application. “

Declaration of travel in Delhi:-

By the way, on April 27, during the campaigning of Karnataka assembly elections, Rahul Gandhi’s helicopter was spoiled while going to Hubli, Rahul had suffered a narrow escape.

After this, in a public meeting organized in Delhi on April 29, Rahul Gandhi had said that after the Karnataka elections, he will go on a Kailash Mansarovar visit. He also sought 10-15 days leave from his workers.

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