Congress Vice President Rahul Gandhi continued his sharp attack on Modi's Gujarat model and divisive BJP ideology while speaking at at a public rally in Tapadia State Ground, Hingoli, Maharashtra. "Sorry for being late. There was some technical issue with the chopper and so I became and late and kept you waiting. Normally BJP used to have technical problems during lections. Similarly today my chopper also had some technical snag" he said
Wednesday, April 16, 2014
Tuesday, April 15, 2014
Pune: Congress Vice President Rahul Gandhi, while addressing a mammoth election rally at Pune in Maharashtra, said that 2014 election is a battle between politics of love and politics of anger."This election is a battle of two ideologies; one is that of Congress which believes in uniting and empowering people and the other is that of BJP. This election is a battle between the ideologies of Gandhi Ji and Godse -- the battle between politics of love and politics of anger. One ideology (Congress') unites and the other (BJP's) is divisive. Remember, whenever these two ideologies fought, always the ideology of Gandhi ji and the Congress party won. Godse had killed Gandhi Ji because he could not challenge Gandhi ji's ideology, thought and love. He had no reply to Gandhi Ji and so he took out his gun and murdered Gandhi ji", argued the Congress leader and added, "No one can defeat Congress' ideology. It is due to this vision, our country developed,
In a blistering attack on Modi's much hyped Gujarat model, Congress Vice President Rahul Gandhi called it a 'toffee model' and also listed out some figures to question the development claims of BJP's prime ministerial candidate Narendra Modi in Gujarat. "Nowadays there are huge talks about Gujarat model. You must have heard about senior BJP leaders Advani and Jaswant Singh. Today, BJP has sidelined these leaders under its new leader Modi. Earlier, there was partnership between Vajpayee and Advani; today there is a new partnership -- between Modi and Adani" said Rahul Gandhi while addressing a Congress election rally at Latur in Maharashtra on Monday.
Monday, April 14, 2014
Congress President and UPA chairperson Sonia Gandhi attacked BJP's divisive policy. She appealed to the masses by saying we are here to protect 'Hindustaniyat'. "Living with these feelings for each other across religions, castes, communities, regions is what makes us one strong nation. It is this, very heart & soul of India, that we are fighting to protect in this election, from those who seek to change it, and to divide us. These have been the bedrock of our progress. These are the essence of our Bharatiyata, our Hindustaniyat. We want unity. They want to impose uniformity. They say, "Just believe in me," said Sonia Gandhi.
Aonla: Congress President and UPA Chairperson Sonia Gandhi took on SP, BSP and BJP while addressing a party election rally at Aonla in Uttar Pradesh as part of her ongoing campaign for the Lok Sabha polls. "I feel very sad to see that some parties are trying to damage the rich culture of unity and togetherness. They try to destroy our tradition of unity in diversity and spread hatred among people for their narrow political gains. They try to divide the people in terms of caste, religion and community. Their ultimate aim is to grab power and only people can teach them a lesson", urged Sonia Gandhi.