Jaipur: I am a Hindu, not a Hindutvawadi: Rahul Gandhi, says a Hindu is one who is not afraid of anyone who hugs everyone

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Jaipur: Once again the words Hindu and Hindutva are being heard from the mouth of Congress leader Rahul Gandhi. Rahul on Sunday said that India is a country of Hindus and not of Hindutvavadis. He also said that Prime Minister Narendra Modi and his three or four friends have ruined the country in seven years.

Gandhi said, “I am not a Hindutvawadi, I am a Hindu.” If there is inflation in the country, there is pain then this work has been done by Hindutvawadis. Hindutvawadis want power in any condition.” Describing Hindutva and Hindutva as two different words, Rahul said that just as two souls cannot have one soul, two words cannot have the same meaning because every word has a different meaning.

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Rahul said, “I am not a Hindutvawadi, I am a Hindu.” He said that a Hindu is one who is not afraid of anyone who is embraced by everyone. He said that the ‘Hindutvawadis have to be brought back from the country’. Rahul Gandhi alleged that Prime Minister Narendra Modi and three of his four friends had ruined the country in seven years. Elections are coming up in many states, the statements of the leaders have once again started coming about caste, religion.

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