1. Is Congress relevant today in India? This is what Rahul Gandhi had to say in US

Is Congress relevant today in India? This is what Rahul Gandhi had to say in US

Rahul Gandhi today underscored the relevance of Congress and its ideas. He emphasized that people of various religions were living happily because of Congress and its ideas.

By: | New Delhi | Updated: September 21, 2017 11:22 AM
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Rahul Gandhi today underscored the relevance of Congress and its ideas. He emphasized that people of various religions were living happily because of Congress and its ideas. He also said the 130-year-old party does not represent an organisation but a philosophy of over 1000 years. Rahul Gandhi said this while addressing Non-Resident Indians (NRIs) and spoke about an array of issues. He addressed overseas Indians in New York with the purpose of making them a part in India’s development, Congress VP said. Taking a dig at the Narendra Modi government over job creation in India, Gandhi said, “India simply can’t give its youngsters a vision if it is unable to give them a job.” Gandhi said that Congress has the vision to solve the issue.

He said that the world is transforming and people are looking forward to India.”China is rising and we have relationship with the United States. Many countries in a violent world are looking towards India and are saying that may be India has the answer for peaceful coexistence in 21st century. So we cannot afford to lose our most powerful asset. Our most powerful asset is that 1.3 billion people lived happily, non-violently and peacefully. India belongs to all of us, and that is what the Congress Party is,” said Gandhi.

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Launching a veiled attack on the ruling BJP dispensation at the Centre, Rahul Gandhi said that divisive politics is being practiced in India. He also said that people around the globe are questioning why tolerance level in India is reducing and where is that harmony which once prevailed.

Rahul Gandhi is on a two-week long visit to the US. During the trip he had addressed students of the prestigious University of California, Berkeley. In Washington DC, the Congress vice president interacted with members of the think-tank community, political leaders and government officials. Gandhi also addressed to a gathering at Princeton University.

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    Amar
    Sep 21, 2017 at 12:29 pm
    Fool in the paradise! NRIs do not have votes!
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