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Rahul Gandhi indulging in cheap politics

At a time when India’s unity is at stake both Rahul Gandhi and Kanhaiya Kumar are trying their best to de-stabilise the country by their actions. BJP President Amit Shah has been given the freedom for waging a war on nationalism and trying to teach them a lesson. Rahul Gandhi, instead of being a responsible leader of the democratic country is trying to score brownie point through cheap politics. The people of India in general and the voters in particular are watching out the way how the opposition leader is trying to get into the controversy and prefer cheap politics rather go for national unity. How far the Congress party and the opposition digest such derogatory remarks about the country by a student leader and well supported by the party’s vice-president. Amit Shah is capable of fighting fire with fire and will give Sonia’s son a fitting reply for his vote bank politics. Thus a strange atmosphere has been created and anti-national slogans are being projected as freedom of expression and it is shame on our leader, aspiring to become Prime Minister of India. Senior Congress party leaders should be ashamed that its vice-president is the centre of campus politics and touching a new low to gain popularity. At this rate people will give a fitting reply to Congress in the coming elections and decimate the party to its lowest ebb.

 

C.K. Ramani

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