Former Congress chief Rahul Gandhi on Tuesday said he was not scared of Prime Minister Narendra Modi as he was a “clean person” and he would continue to fight alone even if no one sided with him.
He made the remarks while addressing a press conference here at the party headquarters, after releasing a booklet on the three farm laws titled “Kheti Ka Khoon.
Rahul Gandhi said, “I have character. I am not scared of Modi or anyone. I am a clean person, and they cannot touch me. They can shoot me. I am a patriot and I protect my country. I will stand alone even if everyone is standing on the other side but will fight as it is my religion.”
“I am more fanatic than them. India is once again fighting for independence,” he said.
He was responding to a question about BJP chief J.P. Nadda’s remarks that he was distracting the farmers.
He said that even during the UPA government, the Congress stood with the farmers in Bhatta Parsaul. “Nadda was not standing there nor was the BJP standing with the farmers then,” he said.
Lashing out at the Centre, Rahul Gandhi said the three farm laws were meant to destroy the Indian agricultural system.
He said, “A huge tragedy has unfolded and I am not talking…