Rahul Gandhi says can't accept Varun Gandhi's ideologies, have to be beheaded before visiting RSS office
Congress MP Rahul Gandhi on Tuesday spoke about his ideological differences with cousin and BJP leader Varun Gandhi. He further said that he will have to be beheaded before visiting Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh (RSS office).
Rahul Gandhi, who is currently leading a pan-Indian foot march called the Bharat Jodo Yatra, said that his ideology doesn’t match that of Varun Gandhi. Speaking at a press conference in Punjab’s Hoshiarpur, he said Varun Gandhi is in the BJP. If he walks in here, then it might be a problem for him. He said he could never support Varun’s ideology. He further said that his family has an ideology, Varun has adopted another, and he can’t accept the ideology that the BJP leader has adopted.
The Wayanad MP also revealed an incident where Varun Gandhi was appreciative of the work being done by the RSS, the ideological fountainhead of the ruling BJP. He said years ago, Varun Gandhi told him that the RSS was doing great work in the country. Rahul Gandhi then instructed him to read and comprehend their family’s history.
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The Congress leader also addressed the media, stating that he did not use the word Godi Media because it was not his phrase. He said he does not criticize journalists, but he criticizes the structure of the media. He asserts that he wants fair and independent media.
Earlier today, a man rushed towards Rahul Gandhi and tried to hug him during the Bharat Jodo Yatra, raising concerns about his security breach. However, Gandhi dismissed the reports of a security breach stating that the man got overexcited and tried to hug.
Inspector General of Police G S Dhillon said Gandhi had himself called the man and there was no security breach.
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