Rahul Gandhi’s attack on the Center from Britain, said – ‘planned attack’ on institutions allowing to speak in India

Rahul Gandhi at Cambridge University

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The former Congress president also referred to the influence of influential people or agencies allegedly secretly influencing or controlling government policies on Indian politics.

Congress leader Rahul Gandhi (Rahul Gandhi) has alleged that there is a well-planned attack on the institutions allowing to speak in India. He said that because of disrupting talks, influential people or agencies secretly influencing or controlling the policies of the government are redefining dialogue in the country. Rahul answered questions from students, especially students of Indian origin, at the India at 75 program held at the prestigious Cambridge University’s Corpus Christi College on Monday evening. He shared his views on a wide range of topics such as Hindu nationalism, the role of the Gandhi family in the Congress Party and efforts to mobilize the people of the country.

In a conversation with Dr. Shruti Kapila, an Indian-origin educationist at the university, Rahul reiterated all the points he had made during a conference last week. The former Congress president also referred to the influence of influential people or agencies allegedly secretly influencing or controlling government policies on Indian politics. He said, for us India comes alive when India speaks and when India becomes silent, then it becomes lifeless. I see that the institutions that allow India to speak are being attacked – the Parliament, the electoral system, the basic structure of democracy are being taken over by an organization.

About the union of states

“Due to disrupted talks, influential people or agencies secretly influencing or controlling government policies are entering these spaces and redefining dialogue in the country,” Rahul said. Outside the lecture theatre, a small group of students stood holding placards that read, “Rahul Gandhi Keep His Promise on Mining”, in reference to the tribals in Chhattisgarh. On this issue, Rahul had said that he is working on it within the party.

The Congress leader spoke with the students on several other topics, including his perspective on defining India as a union of states rather than a nation. He said that it is a beautiful idea, which gives the people of each state their rightful place. The former Congress president said, I think it reaches the hearts of Indians. During the interaction session, Rahul also said that Prime Minister Narendra Modi is creating a vision of India that does not include the population of all parts of the country, which is unfair and against the idea of ​​India.

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Responding to a question related to secularism in India, Rahul said, “I have a problem when people are excluded in one’s view of India. I don’t care about who is being excluded, but I am concerned that a tremendous amount of energy is being spent in excluding people, which is unjustified. I also have a problem with the fact that this is not the real India. He said, I think it is beyond secularism. You have to involve each and every individual with empathy and sensitivity. Prime Minister Modi is creating such a vision of India, where he is leaving out a large part of our population. This is not the vision of India, it is the view of only a part of India.