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Nagpur: At the “Ideas for India” conclave in London on Friday, Congress leader Rahul Gandhi slammed the Bhartiya Janata Party (BJP) government at the Centre, saying that “India is not a good place” and that Prime Minister Narendra Modi “Doesn’t Listen.”

“A soul without a voice means nothing and what has happened is that India’s voice has been crushed by an ideology and crushed by the institutional framework of our country, which has become parasitical,” the congress leader said.

Further he added, “Anybody who thinks this is a fight between one political organization and another set of political organisations has not understood what is going on. We are now fighting the institutional structure of the India state, which has been captured by an organization. This is an ideological battle now and it is a national ideological battle. Which means, of course, that we respect, for example, the DMK as a Tamil political organization, but the congress is the party that has the ideology at the national level.”

“We are sitting on a primed India – we have massive levels of polarisation, massive unemployment, and a massive concentration of poverty, social problems are on the way, and there will be a mass uprising,” he warned. “We believe India is a people’s negotiation, and we believe India is its people.” According to the RSS and the BJP, it is a sone ki chidiya.

In the final couplet, he stated, “From the coming struggle, we will get an India that is much better than the one we have now.” This has the potential to produce something beautiful. “I believe in the Indian spirit.”

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