Mahatma Gandhi wanted Congress disbanded, claims PM Modi

Mahatma Gandhi wanted Congress disbanded, claims PM Modi

When Rahul said, "I genuinely feel love for the Prime Minister", the students broke into laughter and raised their voices, to which he repeated "I genuinely do (love him)".

Gandhi had said that all national institutions were under attack under the current Modi government and had accused it of ignoring actual issues, such as unemployment. The law must not be applied selectively.

In response to a question, he said he had learnt the lessons of humility and love from his mother Sonia Gandhi. Priyanka told a huge Congress rally in Gujarat, a stronghold state ruled for 12 years by Modi as chief minister before his ascension to top office. I don't have any animosity towards him.

"Gandhiji had understood the Congress culture very well, which is why he wanted the Congress disbanded, especially after 1947", wrote the PM while adding that "today we have a government at the Centre that is working on Bapu's path". This man is not able to see the beauty of the world. "I wanted to show affection and hugged him".

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"We are convinced India is spending less on education, our target is 6 per cent". To a student's question related to women empowerment, Rahul replied, "I don't think women should be second to men in any way".

Besides Rahul Gandhi, DMK president M K Stalin, MDMK chief Vaiko and Left party leaders would participate in the meeting.

"Frankly, I don't see enough women in leadership positions", he said, after which he assured that the Congress would pass the Women's Reservation Bill to ensure more women are represented in the state legislatures and the Parliament - a long standing promise of several political parties in India, that has not yet seen the light of day.

The code of conduct came into effect on March 10, when the EC announced the schedule of the seven-phase Lok Sabha elections.

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