RSS destroyed institutional balance in country: Rahul Gandhi
Saturday, 27 February 2021 Explaining his statement at VOC College in Thoothukudi, Rahul Gandhi said, "A nation is a balance between its institutions, if that balance is disturbed then the nation is disturbed. That is the central idea. What are the institutions that make up the Indian nation? There are elected institutions Lok Sabha, Vidhan Sabhas, Panchayats. There is the judiciary, there is a supporting free press. These institutions together, they hold the nation together in place."
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Replying to a question at VOC College in Thoothukudi, Congress Rahul Gandhi accused Prime Minister Narendra Modi for favouring "crony capitalism" and said PM is extremely useful to two people i.e 'hum do humare do'. "Question isn't whether Prime Minister is useful or useless. Question is who is he useful to? Prime Minister is extremely useful to two people i.e. 'hum do humare do', who are using him to increase their wealth, and useless to the poor," said Congress scion Rahul Gandhi
There has been systematic attack on elected institutions and free press that hold the nations together, said Congress leader Rahul Gandhi on February 27 at VOC College in Thoothukudi. Congress leader also took a jibe at RSS and said that the organisation has destroyed the institutional balance. "Over last 6 years, there has been systematic attack on elected institutions and free press that hold the nation together. Democracy doesn't die with a bang, it dies slowly. RSS has destroyed the institutional balance," said Congress scion Rahul Gandhi.
Ahead of polls in Tamil Nadu, Congress leader Rahul Gandhi is effectively campaigning in several cities of the state. Earlier in the day, Rahul Gandhi visited Thoothukudi and interacted with locals. With the objective to connect with the masses, he also had tea with villagers. During his rally in Tirunelveli, Rahul Gandhi claimed that if Congress gets government of Tamil Nadu to work effectively then products will have 'Made in Tamil Nadu' written on them. "If we have to take up the challenge of Chinese manufacturing, the answer has to be small and medium businesses. We have massive unemployment everywhere, it's a challenge for India," he added.
Congress leader Rahul Gandhi made a scathing remark on Prime Minister Narendra Modi during a roadshow in Tamil Nadu's Thoothukudi on February 27 by saying that PM is attacking all ideas except RSS and BJP, while also adding that his party don't want an India where one idea dominates all other ideas. "Prime Minister Narendra Modi is attacking all ideas except RSS and BJP. He says India is 1 tradition, 1 history, 1 language... does he mean Tamil language, history, traditions are not Indian? We don't want an India where one idea dominates all other ideas," said Rahul Gandhi.
Congress leader and Wayanad representative in Lok Sabha Rahul Gandhi had Easter lunch with children at Jeevan Jyothi Orphanage in Kalpetta in Wayanad, Kerala. Rahul Gandhi’s sister and Party’s general secretary Priyanka Gandhi Vadra joined on a video call on Rahul’s phone and interacted with the children. Previously, Priyanka Gandhi tested positive for the novel coronavirus and is in self-isolation.
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Prime Minister Narendra Modi Saturday slammed West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee for branding BJP leaders as "outsiders". Referring to some TMC leaders' claim that Banerjee might contest elections from his Lok Sabha seat Varanasi in 2024, Modi mocked the TMC boss, saying this proves that Didi has accepted her defeat. "Didi is now looking for a place for herself outside Bengal. The people of Varanasi and Uttar Pradesh are as large-hearted as the people of Bengal. They won't call her an outsider," he said. Watch the full video for more details.
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Amid political campaigning and upcoming fourth phase Assembly elections in West Bengal, BJP workers staged a protest outside Jadavpur Police Station in Kolkata over the attack on state BJP chief Dilip Ghosh's convoy. The protestors alleged that TMC goons attacked the convoy of Ghosh. BJP chief Dilip Ghosh's convoy was allegedly attacked in Cooch Behar on April 08. The first three phases of the eight-phased West Bengal polls have already taken place. The fourth phase of the elections will be held on April 10. Counting of the votes will take place on May 02.
Ahead of upcoming Assembly elections in Kerala, Union Home Minister Amit Shah attended a public meeting at Wayanad on April 3 and said Prime Minister has put forward the vision of 'FAST' and these could be the foundation of the development of the state. "For Kerala, PM Narendra Modi has put forward the vision of FAST. F stands for Fisheries and Fertiliser, A means Agriculture and Ayurveda, S means Skill Development and Social Empowerment, and T means Tourism and Technology," said Shah.
After BJP president JP Nadda claimed to win Assembly elections and forming government in West Bengal, TMC leader Derek O'Brien declined his claims and called it "mind games"."I am amused with mind games of 'MoShah' (Modi and Shah). Last night, Modi-Shah and BJP president JP Nadda, had a review meeting over Bengal. They know that we're ahead of them. In 2019 Lok Sabha polls, we were 3% ahead of BJP and this time it's increased to 6%. So, catch us if you can. 'Tourist Gang', despite big talks, are behind, that's why the mind games. We have won Nandigram. There is no other constituency; it's all BJP's mind games." said Derek O'Brien.
In a live conversation with Ambassador Nicholas Burns of Harvard Kennedy School on April 02, Congress leader Rahul Gandhi explained why his party is not winning elections in the country. He said, "In..