RSS Dividing People, Says Rahul Gandhi; Accuses PM Modi of Favouring Industrialists

Marco Green
June 12, 2018

Thane: A Bhiwandi court has asked Congress President Rahul Gandhi to appear before it on June 12 to record his plea in a defamation case filed against him by an RSS functionary.

Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal also hosted an Iftar but Congress leaders stayed away from it.

New Delhi:The country has become slave to a handful of BJP-RSS leaders but the entire opposition will unite in six months to a year to make them realise that India will be run by its people and not just three persons, Congress president Rahul Gandhi said on Monday.

As many as 1,000 auto rickshaws will line up on the Mumbai streets on Tuesday when Congress President Rahul Gandhi visits the commercial capital of India.

The defamation case arises out of Rahul Gandhi's alleged statement at an election rally on March 6, 2014, linking the RSS to Mahatma Gandhi's assassination.

He said the party workers would be enrolled for the project using their basic details and confirming that those enrolling were actually Congress men. "This is the love the common man feels for our party president", said Mumbai Congress chief Sanjay Nirupam.

Through "Project Shakti", the Mr Gandhi looks to boost the morale of the booth-level workers said party sources, adding that the campaign targets at facilitating a two-way communication between the party workers and the central leadership. These filtered people would then need to send an SMS on a contact number which would be provided to them by the party officials. We are for the people and hence, people are there for us.

The auto rickshaw drivers of Mumbai will greet the Congress leader along with the rickshaws as he arrives in Mumbai on June 12.

"Promising to give "space" to the community, he said, ". the Congress party will bring you in Vidhan Sabhas, Lok Sabha and Rajya Sabha.

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