Will never allow BJP-RSS to destroy our Constitution, says Rahul Gandhi

Congress president Rahul Gandhi

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Party president Amit Shah took to his social media handles to issue a strong rebuttal to Gandhi's accusations in New Delhi in which the 47-year-old Congress chief claimed that the BJP has been attacking Dalits and the Constitution.

Addressing a gathering at New Delhi's Talkatora stadium while launching Congress" nationwide "Save the Constitution' campaign, Rahul said, "Modi ji is interested only in Modi".

Prime Minister Narendra Modi is bothered only about becoming PM again, not about rapes or atrocities on Dalits, Rahul Gandhi said today in a stinging broadside marking the launch of his "save the constitution" campaign.

Rahul also alleged that all the democratic institutions of the country were occupied by RSS ideologues and debate or discussion was being subverted. "By repeatedly saying the Congress made the Constitution, Rahul Gandhi is carrying forward his family tradition of insulting Dr. Ambedkar". If BJP does anything, we will not allow them to hand over the Constitution.

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Dalit rights, women's safety were at centre of Gandhi's attack on Modi at Congress" "Save the Constitution' event. "Prime Minister 'can't face him in Parliament", Gandhi said.

The Congress campaign comes at a time when the ruling Bharatiya Janata Party is holding "Gram Swaraj Abhiyan" across the country under which PM Modi has asked party lawmakers to spend a night in Dalit-dominated villages. "Look at Nirav Modi, Vijay Mallya and Rafale scams; Modiji is scared to address the Parliament. The credit goes to Babasaheb Ambedkar", he added.

Earlier today, Rajya Sabha chairman Venkaiah Naidu had rejected the Congress-led opposition parties' notice to impeach the chief justice of India (CJI) Dipak Misra. Entire world thought that India's richness lies in its diversity. When I was in South Africa, they said India guides them. Now rapes of minors, attacks on minorities, Dalit atrocities and so on. Rahul Gandhi continued further that he would make it clear that the statement does not reflect Congress party's position on the issue.

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