17 July :- The political struggle released on the basis of religion is not taking a name. Congress President Rahul Gandhi has reversed Prime Minister Narendra Modi on the controversy over ‘party of Muslims’.
He said, ‘I stand with the person standing in the last line of the line. I am with the oppressed, deprived and persecuted people. For me, the question of religion, caste or belief of these people is trivial. I see their pain and embrace them. I erase hatred and fear. I love everyone I am Congress. ‘
I stand with the last person in the line. The exploited, marginalised and the persecuted. Their religion, caste or beliefs matter little to me.
I seek out those in pain and embrace them. I erase hatred and fear.
I love all living beings.
I am the Congress.
— Rahul Gandhi (@RahulGandhi) July 17, 2018
At the same time, BJP spokesperson Patna has reversed Rahul’s tweet again. He said that Rahul Gandhi is convincing confusion instead of clarifying his position on the statement that Congress is calling a Muslim party. For the last two days, people are asking questions and seeking clarification, but Rahul Gandhi is not giving the exact answer.
Apart from this, BJP Spokesperson, GVL Narasimha Rao has also reacted to Rahul Gandhi, and how he is doing a tense string. He said, ‘As a Muslim party, you have conspired against Muslim women on three divorces. As a party of marginalized people, you obstructed the backward caste system in constitutional status.
As a 'Muslim' party, you conspire against Muslim women on Triple Talaq; As a party of marginalized, you prevent constitutional status for BCs' Commission. As a women's rights' champion, you let women handling your own Twitter account exploited. Aren't you the REAL @RahulGandhi ?? https://t.co/RwnpokMn1s
— GVL Narasimha Rao (@GVLNRAO) July 17, 2018
Let me tell you that recently Rahul Gandhi had met Muslim intellectuals and had described Congress as a Muslim party, after which Prime Minister Narendra Modi was tensed while addressing a rally in Azamgarh in Uttar Pradesh. Targeting Rahul Gandhi, Modi had said, “Namdhari says Congress is a Muslim party, I ask if the Congress is just a Muslim men’s party or is there a party of Muslim women too?”
Countering this, Congress national spokesman Randeep Surjewala had told PM Modi to Dhritarashtra. In this dispute, the Aam Aadmi Party convener and Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal also jumped. On the issue, Kejriwal targeted Prime Minister Modi. He said that the Modi government has failed on the issue of development and is now stuck on Hindu-Muslim.