Opposition parties may have differences but they will stand united against the ideology of RSS and BJP, Congress leader Rahul Gandhi said on Sunday.
Gandhi said the Opposition unity comes after dialogue, conversation and vision a day before his Kanyakumari-to-Kashmir Bharat Jodo Yatra culminates.
“It is true that there are differences among Opposition and discussions take place but opposition will fight together this battle of ideologies in which on one side there is the BJP and RSS and on the other side are forces opposing them,” Gandhi said, according to PTI news agency.
“The BJP and RSS are attacking the institutional framework of this country. Whether it is Parliament, assemblies, judiciaries, media. All institutions are being attacked and captured by the BJP. What you have seen in different parts of the country and Jammu and Kashmir are the result of that assault on the institutional framework,” Gandhi said.
The Congress also asserted that the Bharat Jodo Yatra envisages to provide to people an alternative vision of brotherhood to BJP and RSS’ “politics of hate and arrogance”..
“This yatra has given an alternative to the people of this country. On one side is the vision to crush others while ours is the vision of embracing and taking people together,” he added.