BJP counters Khera's claim, stating that the hoarding is old and accusing the Congress leader of spreading "fake news."

Pawan Khera criticizes Vijay Goel on social media for the hoarding, questioning its appropriateness in welcoming summit guests.

'Morning Consult' report earlier this year revealed PM Modi's highest approval rating among world leaders, with 78 percent support from India's adult population.

PM Modi leads the approval ratings, with Mexican President Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador and Swiss President Alain Berset in second and third place, respectively.

Controversy arises just ahead of the G20 Summit in New Delhi, with world leaders, including US President Joe Biden and British Prime Minister Rishi Sunak, set to arrive.

Amit Malviya, head of the BJP's IT department, dismisses the criticism, stating that the hoarding is not new and accuses the Congress party of using an old picture for political gain.

Malviya labels the Congress party's criticism as "shameful" and emphasizes their lack of substantive critique, engaging in divisive politics.

The hoarding controversy sheds light on the intensity of political discourse in India, especially in the lead-up to major global events.

The incident underscores the polarized nature of political debates and highlights the robustness of political discourse in India.

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