Big statement of Rahul Gandhi - We need fearless people, RSS people leaving Congress
the Congress does not need people who believe in the ideology of the Sangh. Such people should be shown the way out of the party.
NEW DELHI: Rahul Gandhi has termed the leaders leaving the Congress as RSS men. During a meeting with the party's social media unit, he said that Congress needs fearless people, not weak people. He said Congress does not need people who believe in the ideology of the Sangh. Such people should be shown the way out of the party.
Bring fearless people into Congress, throw out cowards: Rahul
The former Congress president said, "There are many people who are fearless but are not in the Congress. He should be brought into the party and those Congressmen who are afraid (of BJP) should be shown the way out. We don't need people who believe in the ideology of RSS. We need fearless people.
We don't need those who are afraid, if you belong to the RSS then run, go...
Rahul Gandhi said, 'There are many people who are not scared... are outside Congress.. Bring them in and those who are afraid of us here, take them out... let's go, brother. Belong to the RSS, go run, have fun. Don't want, don't need you. We need fearless people. This is our ideology.
Targeting Scindia, Jitin Prasada?
The target of this statement of Rahul Gandhi are leaders like Jyotiraditya Scindia, Jitin Prasad, who have left Congress and joined BJP. Apart from this, it is also a clear message for those Congress leaders who are adopting a rebellious attitude. The party already has a 'G-23' group of disgruntled leaders and factionalism is at its peak in Punjab ahead of the elections. Jyotiraditya Scindia has found a place in the recent Modi Council of Minister's expansion. Both he and Jitin Prasada were once considered leaders very close to Rahul Gandhi.