The Congress party chief Rahul Gandhi has once again mocked the faith if the crores of Hindus just for political gains. Since UPA era the Congress party has been propagating that Lord Ram is just a fictional character. It is even trying to delay the verdict on Ayodhya land dispute case. But for the sake of votes the Congress party is playing with the emotions of Hindus, once again.
Now the 48-year-old youth icon Rahul Gandhi is seen dressed up like Lord Ram in poster that is displayed in Patna, Bihar. So the party that claimed Lord Ram didn’t exist is now relying on the Lord for the sake of votes. The poster includes many other Congress leaders like Sonia Gandhi, Priyanka Vadra, former Prime Minister Manmohan Singh. On February 3rd Rahul Gandhi will hold a Jan Akanksha rally at Gandhi Maidan in Patna and this is a preparation for it.
Slamming this act of hypocrisy, Union minister Prakash Javadekar said “First they need to decide whether they want to play Ram or Ravan; because during the Ram Setu case, they maintained that Lord Ram was a figment of people’s imaginations”.
This poster was put up by a Congress worked named Vijay Kumar Singh and he said “Rahul ji has all the qualities of Lord Ram and not Prime Minister Narendra Modi, who is only doing politics in the name of Lord Ram. The Congress has been working for the development of the country for a long time and all important schemes have been implemented by the party”.
Rahul Gandhi has lived up to his name “Election Hindu”. Since the Gujarat elections that was held in December 2017, Rahul Gandhi has donned his janeu-dhari Brahmin version. This he carried even in Karnataka elections and followed by Madhya Pradesh, Rajasthan and Chhattisgarh elections.
While he is seen hopping from temple to temple, his close aide Kapil Sibal is seen roaming in the Supreme Court premises with intentions of delaying the hearing on the Ram Mandir. What is called the mother of all hypocrisy is few of the senior Congress leaders are even saying that they will build Ram Mandir in Ayodhya.