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Rahul Gandhi’s latest gaffe: ‘Amit Shah called India a golden bird, this means he thinks India is a commodity’

Rahul Gandhi is no stranger to gaffes and outlandish comments. Today, his speech during an interaction with professors during a meet in Delhi was no different.

Rahul Gandhi started by saying that he has his views on the Indian education system, but he was talking to the professors as a student trying to understand the situation because it is the professors who are fighting the battle. He spoke about the importance of education in a country and how public schools are the backbone of any country. He also asserted that the government should invest heavily in the education sector.

After this, however, Rahul Gandhi couldn’t resist taking potshots at the BJP government. He urged the professors to give the Congress party ideas on what is to be included in their manifesto.

He then went on to say that there are two visions for India. The Congress party’s vision is the constitution of India.

He then proceeded to outline what Amit Shah and BJP’s vision for India said.

He went on to assert that RSS vision of India, like Amit Shah said, is that of a ‘golden bird’. They view it as a product, how it is to be utilised and they decide on who utilises it.

Perhaps Congress President Rahul Gandhi wasn’t aware that India is called “sone ki chidiya” or “golden bird” because it signifies the aspirations of millions and the opportunity the great land has to present. The sheer scale of wealth, both intellectual, financial and cultural.

Congress President Rahul Gandhi asserted that since Amit Shah called India a “golden bird” he views India as a “Product” which can be “utilised”. He said he is trying to fight the “attempted capture of this ‘golden bird’ by RSS”.

 

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