Dangerous rise of divisive forces in the country, the opposition will have to make a strategy, it will have to unite for the fight: Rahul GandhiOUS News

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Rahul Gandhi said that India is a country known for harmony, compassion and humility, but today we are seeing a country full of hate, anger and arrogance. Hate, anger and arrogance are not the nature of the Indians. Our government is hell-bent on destroying harmony.

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Congress Leader Rahul Gandhi, who was passing through different parts of Kerala during the Bharat Jodo Yatra, called on opposition parties on Thursday to formulate a strategy to deal with the current divisive forces in the country. He said that I think the opposition will have to come up with a strategy. They have to unite to fight against the ideological, financial and governmental power that is now rising in the country.

Rahul Gandhi said in Thrissur, Kerala on the 12th day of Bharat Jodo Yatra that India is a country known for harmony, compassion and humility, but today we are seeing a country full of hate, anger and arrogance. Hate, anger and arrogance are not the nature of the Indians. Our government is hell-bent on destroying harmony.

The former Congress President said that every word spoken by the Indian Prime Minister is aimed at dividing the country and hurting people’s feelings. He said that humility, compassion and non-violence are the hallmarks of India and Indianness, without which we cannot dream of the future.

Rahul Gandhi, who runs the Quit India Yatra, said that we have a fight against the power of money and muscle power, but we are not going to back down. He said that there should be no place for communalism and violence in our country. Bharat Jodo Yatra is a savage attack on this widespread hatred in the country.

The Bharat Jodo Yatra started on September 7 from Tamil Nadu, which is now in Kerala, after covering a distance of 453 km across 43 Assembly and 12 Lok Sabha constituencies in 19 days and will leave the state and enter Karnataka on September 30.

(With input from IANS)


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