“Wherever the BJP goes, it spreads hate.”-Rahul Gandhi

Congress leader Rahul Gandhi is on a day-long visit to Assam today to extend the party’s solidarity to the people protesting against the contentious Citizenship (Amendment) Act.
Rahul Gandhi while addressing in a rally in Guwahati expressed concern that the state of Assam might be slipping back into the circle of violence over the continuing protests over the amended citizenship law.
“Wherever the BJP goes, it spreads hate. In Assam, youth is protesting, in other states protests are happening as well. Why do you have to shoot and kill them? BJP doesn’t want to listen to voice of people,” said Congress leader.
He said the BJP and the RSS will not be allowed to attack the culture, language and identity of Assam and the Northeast.
“Assam can never progress with hatred and violence. Everyone has to come together and tell the BJP leaders that they can’t attack the culture, language, identity and history of the state,” Gandhi added
The Congress leader said the spirit of Assam Accord, a memorandum of settlement inked between the representatives of the All Assam Students Union, the Assam state government and the government of India against undocumented immigrants, which brought in peace should not be ruined.

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