Yesterday, Rahul Gandhi posted a tweet saying “I will never stop fighting the hateful & divisive agenda of the RSS. I stand by every single word I said.” And a day after Rahul’s tweet, BJP Leader advised him to quit the politics to save the Congress Party’s future.
He asserted that making U-turns is second nature to Congress Vice President.
“He is a major coward and making U-turns is his second nature. I think that he has absolutely no political future and he should just quit from politics to save the future of Congress. Not even sure if he tweeted it himself, it was probably someone from his office,” Swamy said to ANI.
Last year, while addressing a rally in Maharashtra, Rahul Gandhi accused RSS of Gandhi’s killing. And for this statement, the RSS activist had lodged a defamation case against him. Rahul Gandhi was given a choice by the Supreme Court either to apologise or to be ready to face the trial. But then in the court, Congress leader Kapil Sibal on behalf of Rahul Gandhi said, “Rahul Gandhi only accused certain people of RSS and not the whole organisation as the killer of Mahatma Gandhi.” But a day after saying this, Rahul Gandhi again took a U-Turn and posted a tweet saying that he stands for every single word he said. He also added a video of what he said in his Maharastra rally. See the tweet below:
I will never stop fighting the hateful & divisive agenda of the RSS. I stand by every single word I saidhttps://t.co/bUWzTHrgHW
— Office of RG (@OfficeOfRG) August 25, 2016
So, Rahul Gandhi can you please clarify for what words do you stand for? Do you stand for what you have said in the Maharashtra Rally or for the words which you have said in the court?