Rahul Gandhi address college students in Mumbai suburban
PTI | February 5, 2010
Congress general secretary Rahul Gandhi today called upon the youth of Mumbai to focus on the inclusive development of India and stay away from divisive politics.
"If you want to make a change, join politics and the Congress party. Some people are trying to divert your attention from real issues, but you have to stay focused," he said addressing 1,100 college students at Bhaidas Hall in suburban Ville Parle here today.
"Congress stands for a united India. There are two kinds of leaders in the country, one who divide and rule and the other who collaborate and take everyone along towards the objective of a united India and move forward."
There are some people here who are trying to divide you on communal and linguistic basis and Congress is against them, the Congress general secretary said.
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