NEW DELHI: Congress Vice-President Rahul Gandhi on Thursday said he is against the belief system of RSS and different associations that attempt to partition the country. Addressing columnists in the wake of showing up in a court in Assam regarding a slander body of evidence for his remarks against the RSS, Rahul said, "these arguments are being documented against me since I am battling for the needy individuals, privileges of agriculturists, and unemployed youth.
Rahul said he won't be terrified by these cases and will proceed with his battle. "I'll not be hindered. I am glad, given them a chance to document the same number of cases as they need, I'll keep on fighting for the solidarity of this nation," the Congress VP said. A RSS volunteer had documented a slander suit against Rahul Gandhi a year ago in regards to his visit to the Barpeta Satra, a sixteenth century Vaishnavite religious community on December 12 a year ago.
Rahul should enter the Satra before participating in a street appear, sorted out close-by, yet did not do as such and rather hit the street demonstrate straightforwardly. Later in New Delhi, he told media people that some RSS specialists kept him from entering the Satra. He likewise affirmed that the RSS have affected the nearby ladies to keep him from entering the Satra.
In his grievance the volunteer not just prevented the part from securing RSS in the occurrence additionally asserted that Rahul Gandhi's announcement to media in New Delhi had discolored the picture of the Satra. The court of Chief Judicial Magistrate, Kamrup subsequent to looking at changed witnesses had requested that Rahul Gandhi show up before it on September 29. "Rahul was permitted by the court to go on an obligation of Rs 50,000," RSS legal counselor Bijan Mahajan said.