Rahul Gandhi meets Telangana Naxal activist Gummadi Vittal Rao aka Gaddar, may contest from Congress ticket in state elections

After getting a resounding support from Pakistan, Congress President Rahul Gandhi is all set to join hands with a dreaded Naxal sympathiser and self-proclaimed poet Gummadi Vittal Rao also known as Gaddar to fight for “secular forces” in the upcoming elections. According to the Congress’s mouthpiece National Herald, Congress president Rahul Gandhi met the 71-year old ‘revolutionary’ Maoist poet Gaddar at his residence on Friday where he expressed his wish to contest the next assembly elections against “fascist and feudal forces”.

“Earlier today, I met with the revolutionary Telugu poet and Dalit rights activist, Shri Gummadi Vittal Rao, more familiarly known as GADDAR. Amongst the many issues we discussed, was how to defend our Constitution from the systematic attack by the forces of fascism that seek to undermine it”, Rahul said after his meeting.

Reportedly, Gaddar’s son and wife have joined Congress earlier this year and intend to contest the upcoming state elections on a Congress ticket. Incidentally, Gaddar has also sought a party ticket for his son Surya Kiran in Bellampally seat and two more seats to his followers.

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Gummadi Vittal Rao, a Naxal sympathizer and also founded Jana Natya Mandali in 1972, the cultural wing of CPIML-Peoples War movement, which supports the armed revolution against the country. In 1970s, he urged the youth to adopt a militant life and he himself went underground between 1985 and 1990s to find cadres in the interior belt to increase party strength.

The Congress party in its mission to end BJP’s rule across the country has been playing with fire by joining hands with Anti-India brigade and is also on a path to mainstream the Maoist movement by involving with former Naxal leaders and sympathisers of the Left-wing terror, whose aim is to divide the country on caste lines and to raise an armed revolt against the state.

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