Rahul: Love on one side, hatred on other
Hindustan Times Delhi|December 19, 2021
AMETHI: Congress leader Rahul Gandhi on Saturday spoke about Hindu versus Hindutvavadi while attacking Prime Minister Narendra Modi at an election rally in Amethi ahead of assembly polls early next year in Uttar Pradesh.
Umesh Raghuvanshi

“On one side is Hindu. On the other is Hindutvavadi. On one side is truth, love, and non-violence, and on the other is falsehood, hatred and violence,” he said, referring to Modi and the Bharatiya Janata Party.

“A Hindutvavadi bathes alone in Ganga, while a Hindu bathes with crores of people... Narendra Modi says he is a Hindu, but when did he protect the truth? He said he would give two crore youth jobs, where did he do so? He asked people to bang thalis to get rid of Covid... Hindu or Hindutvawadi?” the former Congress president said, accusing the Prime Minister of speaking lies and misleading people.

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