South politics is refreshing, says Rahul Gandhi; ‘divide and rule politics received’t work’, JP Nadda slams him

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I used to be an MP in north. I had bought used to a special sort of politics, Rahul Gandhi stated.

Congress chief Rahul Gandhi on Tuesday triggered a north vs south politics debate as he described his stint as an MP from Kerala as ‘refreshing’ after 15 years of representing Uttar Pradesh’s Amethi in Lok Sabha. 

“For the primary 15 years, I used to be an MP in north. I had bought used to a special sort of politics. For me, coming to Kerala was very refreshing as abruptly I discovered that persons are thinking about points and never simply superficially however going into element in points,” Rahul Gandhi stated talking at an occasion in Trivandrum.

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Bharatiya Janata Celebration (BJP) president JP Nadda was fast to slam Rahul Gandhi for his comment. Nadda stated the previous Congress president has a behavior of attempting to divide individuals on regional traces, nevertheless, he will not achieve his try to set harmful narrative within the nation. 

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“A couple of days again he was within the Northeast, spewing venom towards the western a part of India. Right now within the South he’s spewing venom towards the North.  Divide and rule politics received’t work, @RahulGandhi  Ji!” Nadda stated in his tweet.

“Folks have rejected this politics. See what occurred in Gujarat right this moment!” he added referring to BJP’s spectacular present in Gujarat municipal company elections.

Rahul, who now’s an MP from Wayanad in Kerala, had received Lok Sabha election from Amethi thrice in 2004, 2009 and 2014. Nonetheless, he misplaced the Congress citadel in 2019 when BJP’s Smriti Irani defeated him by over 55,000 votes. 

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