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In Singapore, Rahul Gandhi slams BJP for polarising society, less concern for peace, tranquility


Singapore, Mar 8 (India Today): Congress president Rahul Gandhi today slammed the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) for "polarising society" and said that the party is "less concerned about peace and tranquility".

Rahul Gandhi is on a two-nation visit to Singapore and Malaysia. During his meeting with Indian-origin CEOs and entrepreneurs in Singapore today, the Congress president said, "We see society as a system that has to be kept in balance. The BJP on the other hand is less concerned about peace and tranquility. We see very serious dangers of polarising society and risks arising from them".

Rahul Gandhi said that the Congress is for a transition that "carries everybody together". "We are seeing the biggest migration of rural people in India. We have challenges. Broadly our view is we want a peaceful transition, a transition that carries everybody together," the Congress president said.

In his interaction with Indian-origin entrepreneurs in Singapore, Rahul Gandhi pitched a new "Congress party" that "envisions values you were born with".


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  • Sunil Padival, Mangalore

    Thu, Mar 8 2018

    Rahul Vinci Khan is providing the Singaporeans non stop entertainment as he digs the grave deeper for the KHANgress party with is nautanki. They may be laughing from within as his chelas out here mite be cursing. I feel sorry for you guys.

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  • Flavian, Manglauru/Kuwait

    Thu, Mar 8 2018

    Rahul, never ever try to copy or walk in the footsteps of Modi. Already u r a loser and your life will be miserable.

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  • ANIKETH, MUMBAI

    Thu, Mar 8 2018

    people who are backing him as future leader must be crying now.
    this guy try to copy modi.
    he is spoiling indias name .

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  • Flavian, Mangaluru/Kuwait

    Thu, Mar 8 2018

    Getting trained in delivering public speech before forthcoming elections.
    One thing is for sure, he has Gandhi gene but no charisma in political battle.
    Though congress is virtually losing ground Rahul sees some silver linings in every passing cloud

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  • C.T. Thomas, Mangalore

    Thu, Mar 8 2018

    What an irony? As Cong is being decimated in India , state by state, Is this Pappy trying to float his party in Singapore as well? I think his political advisor and speech writer are on BJP payroll.

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  • Vijay Benedict, Mangalore/Mumbai

    Thu, Mar 8 2018

    What a joke of an individual. No wonder he lost 22 states losses and still counting , One more big' self goal' in Singapore. So is he on a 'fund collection' trip for 2019 elections.

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  • PAM Suvarna, karla

    Thu, Mar 8 2018

    Rahul bhai,
    No problem,you imitate Mr Modi in your level best,
    But please make sure not to repeat ivnaarva, ivnaarva, etc.
    All the best.

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  • Alphonso Rodrigues, Udupi

    Thu, Mar 8 2018

    With such tactics ,Cong is lookin more riddicullous that it is. Is this necessary???

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  • Raj, Mangalore/Dubai

    Thu, Mar 8 2018

    Thats the difference between Modiji and Pappu... instead of talking about achievements and business strategies for the betterment of NRE's.. this chota bheem reaches out to people criticizing the opposition... what a shame... wonder where was this dumb hiding when god was showering wisdom during the process.. JOKER! :)

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  • HENRY MISQUITH, Bahrain

    Thu, Mar 8 2018

    Politics of polarization by Feku mama..

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  • sagar shetty, mlore

    Thu, Mar 8 2018

    Before election: Iva nammava nammva nammava

    After election; Iva narava narava narava.................................................

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  • Dinesh, Dubai

    Thu, Mar 8 2018

    please bring zakir naik from malasia.

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  • kas, Mangalore

    Thu, Mar 8 2018

    Chowkidar can not bring back ???????

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  • Ravi C, Mangalore

    Thu, Mar 8 2018

    Very poor tactic from RG to impress voters back in India. What is he trying to do perhaps he himself does not know.

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  • manoj shetty, mlore

    Thu, Mar 8 2018

    Dear Rahul Pls come to karnataka for election canvas,So it will be very help full for bjp

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  • Henry Mathias, Kinnigoli.

    Thu, Mar 8 2018

    Its true that dirty linen should not be washed in public. But it goes to the credit of our 'Esteemed' prime minister for starting this game. What an abusive language was used in every foreign county he visited . Let's not belittle our country in foreign lands.

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  • G R PRABHUJI, Mangalore

    Thu, Mar 8 2018

    Now the time has come to tell the real pictures of India.

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  • Devkumar, Mangalore/New Delhi

    Thu, Mar 8 2018

    Is it rahulbaba stands for prime ministralship election in singapore..??
    Whether he has gone on world tour on looted scam money..??

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  • Hedda, Pilar

    Thu, Mar 8 2018

    Why you are not asking same question to fake & jumla PM?

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  • Jossey Saldanha, Mumbai

    Thu, Mar 8 2018

    Visiting foreign countries has become Contagious ...

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