Since last two years, the Congress party had adopted the soft Hindutva stand just to fool the Hindus and dent the BJP vote share. From hopping to temples to calling himself Janeu-dhari Brahmin, Rahul Gandhi tried and tested several tactics to fool the Hindus.
But at a time when the election is just days away, the Congress party has taken an anti-Hindu and anti-middle class Indians’ stand. The party that was saying that Rahul Gandhi’s gotra is Dattatreya and he is a Kashmiri Brahmin is now saying that Hinduism has become most violent.
This statement was made by actress turned politician Urmila Matondkar, who recently joined the Congress party, during an interview to Rajdeep Sardesai. This statement has created a massive controversy and has united the Hindus against the Congress party.
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In addition to it, Rahul Gandhi’s decision to contest from the Wayanad has also highlighted the anti-Hindu mentality of the Congress party. The only reason that Rahul Gandhi is contesting in Wayanad is that it is a minority dominated region and he is fighting a losing battle in Amethi.
If these are enough to anger the Hindus, the statement made by Rahul Gandhi’s close aide Sam Pitroda has alienated the middle-class Indians from Congress party just ahead of the 2019 Lok Sabha elections. Rahul Gandhi’s close aide Sam Pitroda has mocked to the middle-class Indians and warned them not to be selfish and asked them to prepare for heavy taxes to fund NYAY scheme.
Now Sam Pitroda has triggered another massive controversy by calling the Indians as monkeys. He stated “India is not using connectivity effectively. But you know it’s world over today, this is a new toy. So all of a sudden to every monkey you have given a new toy and they are fiddling with it. Okay. They don’t know what to do with it yet. I think it will take 5-10 years to figure out that you can do a lot more with it than you are doing it. Today, it is entertainment, you know, gossip, lies. Lies get amplified on social media”.
The main segments that play a key role in every election are the Hindus and the middle-class Indians, but the Congress has angered both of them.