Nationalism runs in my blood: Rahul Gandhi
New Delhi: Rebuking BJP for addressing him as an "Anti-National", Rahul Gandhi bit out at the government on Thursday stating that the JNU row nad...
New Delhi: Rebuking BJP for addressing him as an "Anti-National", Rahul Gandhi bit out at the government on Thursday stating that the JNU row nad Patiala House Court are a'blot' on India's image. He even asserted that Nationalism runs in his blood.
Taking the battle to the Rashtrapati Bhavan, the congress vice president said RSS was trying to impose their flawed ideology on the citizens of India, which at any cost must be resisted.
Speaking to the media after submitting a memorandum to the President, he also referred to the suicide by Dalit scholar Rohith Vemula in Hyderabad and accused the Hindutva organisation of "crushing" him
After meeting President Pranab Mukherjee, Congress Vice President Rahul Gandhi spoke to the media. He accused the Hindutva organisation of crushing the spirit of India, in referrence to the suicide by Dalit scholar Rohith Vemula and the JNU row
"It is not the government's job to destroy institutions .... Bad signals have been sent out in India and abroad. It is a blot on the country's image," he said