Those who bow to Modi’s wrong decisions follow Hindutva: Rahul – Kashmir Pathak

JAIPUR: In a scathing attack on the BJP and the RSS, Congress leader Rahul Gandhi on Tuesday said those who bow down to the wrong decisions of Prime Minister Narendra Modi follow Hindutva.
He said that those who face the challenges stoically are Hindus and those who run away from problems out of fear follow Hindutva.
In a virtual address to the Congress training camp organized by the Rajasthan unit, Gandhi said, “Those who believe in the ideology of Hindutva, they bow before anyone – they bow before the British and they bow before money because they have a heart. There is no truth.” Party.
He also said that a Congress prime minister would have resigned for failing to discharge his duty if China had occupied Indian territory.
A Congress release quoted the former party chief as saying, “While the RSS men are engaged in concealing the violation of India’s borders by China under the Modi regime.”
Gandhi said that he once asked a gathering of Congress workers whether there was any among them who had run away from home and none gave an affirmative answer, if the same question was asked in an RSS meeting, every Somebody will say “yes”. ,
He said that a person who runs away cannot perform any duty.
The Congress leader alleged that people associated with the Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh (RSS) were spreading hatred and fear in the country.
We will not retreat an inch in our struggle. This is our ‘Lakshmanrekha’. BJP’s ‘Lakshmanrekha’ is power and for the sake of power, it has always changed its ideology to ‘Lakshmanrekha’, whereas for Congress, ‘Lakshmanrekha’ is the truth and we Congressmen stand with the truth.
Gandhi said that all religions, including Hinduism, Islam, Sikhism and Christianity, follow the path of truth but “Hindutva” is a means of grabbing power.
He said that the country’s first prime minister, Jawaharlal Nehru, was jailed for 12 to 15 years, but neither hatred nor vengeance overpowered him, while Vinayak Damodar Savarkar in his book mentions that when five of his companions They were most happy when they beat a Muslim together. Man with stick.
The Congress leader said that no one can call Mahatma Gandhi and Nehru cowards as there is neither fear nor hatred in their hearts.
Rajasthan Chief Minister Ashok Gehlot, All India Congress Committee (AICC) Rajasthan in-charge General Secretary Ajay Maken and State Congress President Govind Singh Dotasra also addressed the three-day training camp that concluded on Tuesday.
Referring to reports of “persecution” of Christians in India in a section of the global media, he said on Tuesday that the world was watching developments within the country.
Referring to a report on Twitter by ‘The New York Times’ titled ‘Arrests, Beatings and Secret Prayers: Inside the Persecution of the Persecution’, Gandhi said, “While many people in our own country have their heads buried in the sand Yes, the world is watching.” Christians of India
“In times of injustice, silence is collusion,” the former Congress president said in a tweet with the hashtags “SpeakUp” and “NoFear”.
Expressing concern over alleged inflammatory remarks at a recent event in Uttarakhand, Rajasthan Chief Minister Ashok Gehlot on Tuesday said the country needs to understand the root of the ‘Hindu vs Hindutva’ debate started by Congress leader Rahul Gandhi.
“Rahul Gandhi started the debate on Hindu vs Hindutva, and its meaning needs to be understood. The crux was that on the one hand there is a Hindu whose great values ​​have been there for centuries, whose expressions are of love and brotherhood and the forces who are doing politics in the name of Hindutva, their becoming a Hindu is fake, they are fake Hindu,” he told reporters here. Said to.
In the program organized from 16 to 19 December at Ved Niketan Dham in Haridwar, Uttarakhand, extremely provocative speeches were allegedly made by the participants inciting violence against Muslims.