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Narendra Modi uses poison of hatred to divide India, says Rahul Gandhi

Mid-Day Saturday, 8 June 2019
*Wayanad (Kerala):* On the second day of his visit to Wayanad, Congress President Rahul Gandhi on Saturday renewed his attack against Narendra Modi, alleging that the Prime Minister is using "poison of hatred" to divide India.

"At the national level, we (Congress leaders) are fighting poison. Mr Narendra Modi uses poison. I am...
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News video: ‘Will fight PM Modi’s poison of hatred with love’: Rahul Gandhi in Wayanad

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President of the Indian National Congress party, Rahul Gandhi, addressed a public meeting in his Lok Sabha constituency of Wayanad.

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