‘We don’t need people who believe in RSS, they can leave Congress’: Rahul Gandhi

Highlight:

  • Rahul Gandhi stiffened his posture.
  • Those who follow RSS ideas are not required.
  • Congress needs people who work without fear.

New Delhi: Rahul Gandhi has said that Congress does not want people who believe in the RSS ideology and fear the BJP. The Congress party needs brave people. He said there were a lot of people outside the party who weren’t scared or worried.

Congress does not need those who follow the ideology proposed by the RSS and carry it out. These people should try to leave the party. Rahul said that brave people who hope to work without fear should be brought to Congress.

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Those who fear the BJP are supporters of RSS. They have to get out. Congress needs people who work without fear. This is the ideology of Congress. No one should be afraid to talk to me. You are talking to your brother. “Congress wants to give equal rights to all,” Rahul Gandhi told a meeting of the party’s social media wing.

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Rahul Gandhi’s response comes in the wake of the recent influx of Congressional leaders, including Jyotiraditya Scindia, to the BJP. Congress is also debating the election of the president of Congress. The crisis in the party has intensified following the resignation of Rahul Gandhi following a major defeat in the 2019 Lok Sabha elections. Sonia Gandhi continues as interim president after Rahul left the presidency.

Kamal Nath, who is also the former chief minister of Madhya Pradesh, had met yesterday with Sonia Gandhi amid fears that someone could run for the post of president of Congress. Kamal Nath is at the top of the list of candidates for the presidency of Congress.

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