- Priyanka Gandhi on Sunday said that Rahul Gandhi’s new comments on ‘Hindu versus Hindutvavadi’ were pointed.
- PM Narendra Modi took a plunge in the Ganga before initiating the main period of the Kashi Vishwanath Corridor in Uttar Pradesh.
Congress pioneer Priyanka Gandhi on Sunday said that her sibling and senior party functionary Rahul Gandhi’s new comments on ‘Hindu versus Hindutvavadi’ were pointed toward bringing the distinction between the two wordings.
Addressing correspondents, Priyanka said Hinduism shows genuineness and love among individuals, while the Rashtriya Swayamsevak (RSS) and Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) enjoy legislative issues for the sake of religion. “They are not on the way of nobility or genuineness. Rahul Gandhi is simply attempting to show the distinction,” she added.
On Saturday, Rahul told a stuffed assembling in Amethi that a ‘Hindutvavadi’ could be portrayed as somebody washing alone in the Ganges. At the same time, a Hindu is a person who takes crores along.
“A ‘Hindutvavadi’ washes alone in the Ganga, while a Hindu wash with crores of individuals… Narendra Modi says he is a Hindu, yet when did he ensure reality? He said he would give two crore youth occupations; where o as such? He requested that individuals bang thalis to dispose of Covid… Hindu or Hindutvadi?” Gandhi said while tending to a meeting in his previous Lok Sabha voting demographic.
On December 13, Prime Minister Narendra Modi took a plunge in the Ganga before initiating the main period of the Kashi Vishwanath Corridor in Uttar Pradesh.
A day prior, Rahul likewise said that the genuine significance of Hindu is somebody who just follows the way of truth and never changes over his dread into savagery, disdain, and outrage.
Responding to this assertion, Vishva Hindu Parishad’s (Vhp’s) Alok Kumar said Rahul makes a decent attempt to claim to be Hindu; however, he submits a mix-up without fail.
“Congress has gotten lost, and Rahul Gandhi makes a decent attempt to profess to be Hindu yet submits botches without fail,” Kumar said.
“Rahul Gandhi needs another author. He says he is a Hindu yet doesn’t have confidence in Hindutva. This resembles you are human yet don’t have confidence in humankind,” Kumar added.