Modi Partial Against Non-BJP States: Rahul Gandhi

Congress President Rahul Gandhi

On the final day of his three-day visit to Kerala, Congress president Rahul Gandhi on Sunday came down heavily on Prime Minister Narendra Modi and said that he is blinded by hatred and that the PM does not treat Congress-ruled states in a proper manner, indicating that he will not treat Kerala in the same manner as Uttar Pradesh.

“I know from experience that the prime minister (Narendra Modi) views BJP-ruled states as different than Congress-ruled states or state ruled by other parties,” Gandhi said in Kozhikode after his roadshow.

“I know that the prime minister will not treat Kerala the same way he treats Uttar Pradesh. He can come here and say whatever he wants-that Kerala is Varanasi. But I know because the CPI (M) is ruling or wherever the Congress is ruling, the prime minister will not treat this as a normal state of the country. The sad part is that I expect no such cooperation from the prime minister because the BJP is blinded by hatred,” added the Congress president.

Rahul Gandhi also said that he would try his best to raise key issues in the parliament and stand up for the people of the country.

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