Parliamentary leader Rahul Gandhi said some “divisive forces” were exploiting the country’s diversity against his fellow countrymen, but the “politics of hate” would not last long. He made this statement in his letter that the parliament would circulate among the people as a message from Rahul Gandhi under his ‘Hath Se Hath Jodo Abhiyan’. The parliament will launch this campaign on his 26th January as a separate program for Bharat Jodh Yatra.
This will lasts for two months. In this letter containing a message to the nation, Rahul Gandhi claims: Some schismatic forces are using our diversity to turn against us. One religion is being fought with another, one caste with another, one language with another and one state with another.
He said, “These divisive forces know that they can sow the seeds of hatred in the society only by creating insecurity and fear in the hearts of people, but after this visit, I have come to believe that the politics of hatred has its limits and that Can’t last for long. Referring to the economic crisis, inflation, unemployment, and issues related to farmers, Rahul Gandhi said in the letter, “I will fight against these evils every day from Parliament to the road.” He says, “I want to make such an India.
” I am determined to achieve, where every Indian has equal opportunities for economic prosperity with social well-being, youth get employment, farmers get the right price for their crops, small and medium industries are encouraged, diesel-petrol is cheap, the rupee should be strong against the dollar and the price of a gas cylinder should not exceed Rs 500.
Rahul Gandhi said, “Today every Indian is realizing that mutual hatred and quarrels are an obstacle in the development of our country. I have full faith that we all will rise above the differences of caste, religion, region, and language that create evil in the society.