“I trust my sister”, says Rahul Gandhi
Sister – Brother Bond
Apart from being active politician, vice president of the Congress party Rahul Gandhi is a good brother too. He shares a great bonding with his younger sister Priyanka Gandhi, who is married to Robert Vadara.
Congress vice president Rahul Gandhi said that he was keen to see his younger sister Priyanka take a role in active politics, but the decision was up to her. And till now she has kept herself from Politics.
Rahul Gandhi and Priyanka Gandhi
While talking to a leading daily recently Rahul Gandhi said that he trust his sister more than anybody else. He wanted her to join politics, but it is completely her choice whether to join politics or not?
Rahul’s Attack on PM Modi
After talking about his great bond with his sister, he decided to attack Prime Minister Narendra Modi. He called him insensitive to farmers; Gandhi accused him of being trained in lying by RSS.
Rahul versus Modi
Prime Minister Narendra Modi who has recently celebrated his 66th birthday was called “selfie-taking, false promise-making machine,” the congress vice president further added. According to him, BJP- RSS combine is only capable of dishing out violence and hate. He also denied the possibility of a coalition with BSP.
Problems in UP and Political division
The Congress Vice President said that a lot of problems in UP are due to the politics of division. He says that only one person cannot rule the entire state.
Rahul, 46 further added that Congress has the power to transform UP talking about the Prashant Kishore role he said, party strategy is devised by Congress leaders and he provide inputs.
Rahul focused on the farmers and their roles
Rahul Gandhi has sharply focused on the farmers and their roles. He said “If BJP is saying that our idea of a loan waiver is a bad habit, and then Rs 1.10 lakh crore waivers for a handful of industrialists is a bad habit too. Our aim is to pressure Modiji into accepting that if he must help the rich, he must assist the poor as well. They must be given the same treatment.”