They killed my father and grandmother, they will kill me as well: Rahul Gandhi

Oct 23 2013, 15:20 IST
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Rahul Gandhi said political leaders at rallies talk politics but not what is in their hearts. Rahul Gandhi said political leaders at rallies talk politics but not what is in their hearts.
SummaryRahul Gandhi further said that he wanted the youth of the country to run the political system in future.

Congress vice president Rahul Gandhi was in Churu, Rajasthan to address a political rally on Wednesday.

Here are the highlights of Rahul Gandhi's speech at Churu:

2.20pm:Rahul Gandhi further said that he wanted the youth of the country to run the political system in future, adding, "Just like mobile phones, I want the youth to have political rights as well in their pockets."

He also said that there would be major reforms in the political parties after 2014 Lok Sabha elections. According to the Gandhi scion, once the Congress party initiates reforms, all other parties will have to follow them.

2.18pm: "I need to tell you about the future and foresight as well...your children will go abroad and make India proud," said

Rahul Gandhi.

2.15pm: Mentioning about his former Prime Minister Indira Gandhi's assassination, Rahul says: "They killed my grandmother, my father and one day they will kill me as well."

2.10pm: Rahul says people do not have anger within them, political Leaders instill anger. "The opposition parties hurt people for their political gains," he adds.

2.05pm: Rahul Gandhi says BJP spreads communal fire in Gujarat and Muzaffarnagar. "These people go to Muzaffarnagar, Kashmir and Gujarat and spark fire of tension."

2.00pm: Gandhi scion slammed the Bharatiya Janata Party for getting Hindus to fight against Muslims. "I tell you that BJP gets Hindus to fight against Muslims. But I stand before you and talk about brotherhood."

Taking a dig at other political leaders, Gandhi said, "normally at such events people talk politics but not what is in their hearts." The Congress leader said that he, however, spoke from the heart and not with an eye on polls.

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