'Don't compare me with Mahatma Gandhi', Rahul Gandhi suggests to party leaders
Rahul Gandhi objected to comparisons with Mahatma Gandhi by activists and leaders. He said don't compare me with Mahatma Gandhi. Along with this, Rahul Gandhi tweeted that we do not have to stay in the past!
Former Congress President and MP Rahul Gandhi while addressing during Bharat Jodo Yatra gave suggestions to party workers and leaders. He said that "Don't take my name with Gandhiji. Dotasraji (Govind Singh Dotasara) compared me with Mahatma Gandhi, it is absolutely wrong. Gandhi's place is somewhere else and my place is somewhere else. Gandhiji was a great man, who gave their whole life for the freedom of the country. If they remain in jail for 10 to 12 years, then no one else can fill their place. That's why my name should not be taken along with them.
After this, Rahul Gandhi said that "what Rajiv Gandhi did for the country, what Indira Gandhi did. He became a martyr, he did what he had to do for the country and did well. It should not be mentioned. Whatever Rajiv Gandhi, Indira Gandhi, Sardar Patel, Gandhiji, and Jawaharlal Nehru did for the country is done now. But we should say that what we are going to do for the people, is more It is necessary.
Rahul Gandhi tweeted, "We do not have to stay in the past! We have to understand the present and shape the future of the country." With this, he shared the clip of his speech, in which he has given advice to his workers and leaders.
Rahul Gandhi said that "India's 100 richest people have as much money as 55 crore people of India. Half of India's money is with only 100 people and India is run for these 100 people" Out of these, there are 4-5 people whom you can call the kings of India today because all the institutions work on their instructions. Prime Minister Narendra Modi does what he says."