Congress leader Rahul Gandhi in Jammu says 'I'm a Kashmiri Pandit'
Rahul Gandhi said, "Whenever I say something, it is not me but a Congress worker. Today when I met some Kashmiri Pandits, they said that BJP had promised them compensation but they were not given any compensation."
New Delhi: Congress leader Rahul Gandhi addressed party workers in Jammu today. During this, he fiercely targeted the Modi government at the Center. Rahul Gandhi said that the power of Congress workers has to be respected, then the party can win 450 seats in the Lok Sabha elections. Also he said that I am a Kashmiri Pandit.
Rahul Gandhi in Jammu:
Rahul Gandhi said, "If the Congress party is to be strengthened, then there is only one thing to do - respect the power of those who are our workers. The day it comes to the heart of a Congress worker that my voice is heard, the Congress party will win 450 seats.
Rahul Gandhi on Kashmiri Pandit:
He said that me and my family are also Kashmiri Pandits. I want to tell all my Kashmiri Pandit brothers that I will show you my help. Rahul Gandhi said, "Whenever I say something, it is not me but a Congress worker. Today when I met some Kashmiri Pandits, they said that BJP had promised them compensation but they were not given any compensation.
The former Congress president said, "You should get 'state status'. When we say we have given 'right to food', given MGNREGA, built hospitals, then who are we? Congress, but who is Congress? 'Congress workers'; Congress workers did this work.
He said that you will see this symbol of Congress i.e. hand in every religion, which says 'Don't be afraid of truth', but what does BJP do? BJP is afraid of truth.
Rahul Gandhi while addressing the workers' conference in Jammu's Trikuta Nagar said, "Whenever I come to Jammu and Kashmir, I think 'I have come home' and with the same spirit today I want to say this to all of you. I am that after seeing Vaishno Devi, I felt that 'I have come home'.
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