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Congress too exploits non-Hindu issue

Saturday, December 02, 2017

IT is evident that the Congress party is very much concerned, following Rahul Gandhi's involvement in the non-Hindu incident at the Somnath Temple. Senior Congress leader Kapil Sabil launched an attack against the Prime Minister Narendra Modi: Narendra Modi is a non-Hindu. Does he ever go to temple? He is not an “asli Hindu”. His effort to make Narendra Modi a ‘villain’ is not likely to succeed. The Congress is desperate. The Congress leader is however saying all sorts of rubbish.

Is the poll in Gujarat turning into a religious war? Gujarat is a Hindu state. There is clear evidence that Rahul Gandhi is a non-Hindu. he has inadvertently admitted it when he put his signature in the visitor's book at Somnath temple. Rahul Gandhi as a Catholic campaigner will not have much chance in the election.

Rahul Gandhi is in trouble.

He is aware as a Catholic, he is likely not to attract a huge number of votes. He is fighting desperately. That is why his aides are making  false claims.

The people of Gujarat know about Narendra Modi well. He was born there. He is a Gujarati. As the election comes near, it is becoming clear that Rahul is losing. It is clear now that the Congress will be losing now by a big margin. The Congress attempt to make out Narendra Modi is a non-Hindu has fallen flat.

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