Congress President Rahul Gandhi who has been attacking Narendra Modi on several issues said that he doesn’t hate him but only had differences in the views. He added that the abuses he received from the RSS and the BJP was the best thing that had happened to him as a politician and a human being and expressed that he feels like giving Modi a hug when he abuses him.
While addressing at “The Odisha Dialogue” event in Odisha, Congress Chief said that “I realise PM Modi disagrees with me and I disagree with him. I will fight him and I will try and make sure that he is not the Prime Minister but I don’t hate him. I give him the right to have his opinion,”
Adding to this, Congress chief said that unlike BJP, Congress has a dynamic process which allows the party to listen to the people. Congress chief pointed that “ Ours is a dynamic process, we listen to the people. Not like Narendra Modi who thinks he knows everything, there is no scope of feedback. This is the basic difference between us and the BJP,”
He even hit at the BJP and said that “We have to do a lot of repair work because what has been done over the last five years is actually devastating the country. For the first time in history. Supreme Court judges came out and said they are not allowed to do our work. And this has never happened in Indian history. You can see the imprint of RSS.”