National Desk: Targeting Prime Minister Narendra Modi on the second day of his campaigning in Tamil Nadu, Congress leader Rahul Gandhi on Sunday alleged that Chinese soldiers have occupied Indian territories and that "56 inch seas" are held in neighboring countries Can not even name. Addressing gatherings here and near Erode in a three-day visit to Tamil Nadu, he alleged that Modi is running the country for just five or six entrepreneurs. Assembly elections are due in the state in the next few months.
Gandhi, who went on a campaign in western districts, said that the central government is not for farmers, laborers or micro, small or medium-class entrepreneurs who are the fate of the country. He said, "For the first time the people of India are seeing that the Chinese army is occupying Indian territories. Today, when we are talking here, thousands of Chinese soldiers are occupying our areas and a person with 56 inch chest cannot even take the name of China. This is the reality of our country.
Referring to the 'Tamil language and culture' to connect himself with the people and attack the BJP, the Congress MP said that he wanted to be the keeper of the Tamil people in Delhi and said that he would not allow the saffron party to insult Tamil culture Will give Addressing the people at some places during a roadshow, Gandhi accused the BJP of imposing a culture and a language on the people and making Tamil Nadu a 'second class place'.
In a speech in English, he said, "I understand, accept and respect the Tamil spirit and culture." I will not let the Prime Minister and the BJP insult the Tamil people. ”His speech was translated into Tamil. He said that India is a country of diverse cultures, religions and languages. Gandhi said, "... it is the strength of the country. It is our duty to protect every language, culture and religion in this country. "
Attacking Modi's monthly radio program indirectly, the Congress leader said that his visit to Tamil Nadu would allow people to say their 'Mann ki Baat' Not for or to advise them or tell them what they should do, but to listen to them, to understand and solve their problems. He said that the rest of India can learn a lot from the history and language of Tamil Nadu.