'PM, Unfortunately, Did Not Have The Love He Should Have Had': Rahul Gandhi

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| March 13 , 2019 , 14:14 IST

Congress President visited Tamil Nadu on Wednesday where he interacted with students at Stella Maris College, Chennai.

Prime Minister Narendra Modi will lead the ruling BJP while Congress will be led by its president Rahul Gandhi. A host of leaders from various parties have formed a grand alliance to take on the BJP.

Interacting with students in Chennai, Rahul said, "People who don’t have affection towards others, the reason is that they have not been loved. PM, unfortunately, for whatever reason, did not have the love he should have had."

"This man (PM Modi) is so angry that he is not able to see the beauty of the world. At least, I should show him affection. So I genuinely feel love for the Prime Minister. I can’t hate Mr Modi."

Blaming BJP for the Pulwama terror attack, Rahul said, "Pak will take any opportunity they get. Is the man who planted the bomb, called Masood Azhar, was sent back by BJP, Ajit Doval."

"Your biggest teachers are the people who attack you abuse you. But you will learn only if you don’t return in the same coin. Nature of Tamil people is love and affection," Rahul said.

"I am in talks with paramilitary forces on their protests. Law should apply to everybody, not selectively. Investigate Mr Vadra, I am the first person to say that, but investigate the Prime Minister on, said Rahul Gandhi on a question on Robert Vadra.

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"PM Modi has his name in govt documents which say that he is directly responsible for negotiating parallelly with Dassault on Rafale deal. Investigate everybody," he added.

The Congress President further said, "We isolated Pak internationally. We engaged with people in Jammu and Kashmir. Between 2004 and 2012, we finished terrorism But Modi came to power and made a mistake."

"BJP aligned with PDP, both are diametrically opposite parties. Modi’s policies setting fire to Kashmir, allowing Pak to carry out terrorist acts in Kashmir. Why did you not stop the killing of 45 CRPF personnel," he added.