Attacking BJP’s manifesto containing contentious Hindutva issues, Congress President Sonia Gandhi on Monday said their ‘communal agenda’ was a ‘grave threat’ to the country’s unity and integrity.
“Our opponent’s communal agenda is a grave threat to our country’s unity and integrity and Congress is the only party that can ensure that the country remains united,” she told an election meeting here.
Hitting out at the opposition for propagating “falsehood and charges of corruption”, the UPA chairperson said “in every instance, we have taken corrective action. I want to challenge them here. I am challenging them to make such claim in states ruled by them.”
“I want to ask them what kind of change are they talking about?. What kind of change are people of India thinking about? Do the people of India truly give up the values they cherish.. and trust those who have ‘hitched their political careers on falsehoods and blatant lies?” she said.
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