'Congress is not better than any other opposition party', Rahul Gandhi says in Cambridge

New Delhi: Former Congress national president Rahul Gandhi is on a visit to London these days. He attended the Ideas for India conference at Cambridge University in London. Meanwhile, Congress MP from Wayanad Lok Sabha seat in Kerala, Rahul Gandhi said that he does not see the Congress as a Big Daddy. Because Congress is by no means better than other opposition parties.

Congress leader Rahul Gandhi has further said that without a voice, the soul has no meaning, India's voice has been suppressed. The Congress is now fighting for India and It is an ideological war. We are not only fighting the BJP, but we are also fighting the institutional structure of the Indian state, which has been occupied by an organisation. We will not be able to match the funds they have. We have to raise mass movements on a large scale on issues like price rise and unemployment.

Recently a Chintan Shivir was organized by the Congress in Udaipur, Rajasthan. After this, this kind of comment of Rahul Gandhi has come out. In Udaipur, Rahul Gandhi had said that the Congress alone can take on the BJP as regional parties have neither any ideology nor any centralised thinking. However, Rahul Gandhi also admitted that Congress is facing internal discord, rebellion, defection and electoral defeat.

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