Rahul Gandhi speaks during a rally. File
Syed Shayaan Bakht, Staff Reporter
Rahul Gandhi has pledged to continue his fight “Ten times more” than what he did in the past.
Rahul took to Twitter and said, “Thank you to everyone who came out in the pouring rain today in Mumbai, to support me in my battle against the forces of injustice, hatred & violence, Your love & support is my greatest strength.
Jai Hind 🇮🇳”
Rahul was in Mumbai when he made the statement.
A video of him appeared on social media, unmindful of standing in the rain, and speaking to media. He said, “I am with the poor and the farmers.”
“My fight will continue. I will fight 10 time more than I did in the past five years,” Gandhi asserted, indicating an aggressive stance in the future.
On being asked about his resignation as Congress President, he said he had stated in his letter whatever he wanted to say.
Gandhi was in Mumbai to attend a defamation case filed against him by a Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh (RSS) activist Dhrutiman Joshi.
The home ministry wrote to the Congress party leader and scion of the famed Nehru-Gandhi dynasty after a deputy of Prime Minister Narendra Modi's ruling party accused Gandhi of lying about his nationality.
Tankha resigned on Thursday night saying the Congress cannot afford a stalemate for too long and urged Gandhi to revive the Congress as "a fighting force".
"New India," Gandhi tweeted in a mocking vein, attaching two photographs of army personnel performing Yoga along with the dog squad on the occasion of International Day of Yoga.
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