With Video Of Rahul Gandhi Hugging PM, Congress Message To BJP On Hug Day

Rahul Gandhi, who attacks PM Modi on a daily basis, has often reiterated that he does not hate the prime minister.

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With Video Of Rahul Gandhi Hugging PM, Congress Message To BJP On Hug Day

Rahul Gandhi had hugged PM Modi in Parliament during the Monsoon Session in July


New Delhi: 

The Congress today used the occasion of Hug Day to take a swipe at the BJP by posting a video of party president Rahul Gandhi hugging Prime Minister Narendra Modi during the monsoon session of parliament last July. "Today our message to the #BJP is simple: Hug, don't hate," the Congress posted on their Instagram feed.

The video has garnered over 37,000 views and 12,000 likes so far.
 

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

Today our message to the #BJP is simple: #Hug, don't hate ???? . . #HugDay

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Rahul Gandhi's act of walking across the Lok Sabha to hug the prime minister during a raging debate on No-Confidence Motion between the ruling National Democratic Alliance and the Opposition had left many stunned and caught PM Modi off guard. 

The Congress president, who attacks PM Modi on a daily basis, has often reiterated that he does not hate the prime minister. "I realise he (PM Modi) disagrees with me and I disagree with him, and I will fight him and I will try and make sure that he is not the prime minister but I don't hate him. I give him the right to have his opinion," the Congress president said a couple of weeks ago in Bhubaneswar.

He had also said he "felt like hugging" PM Modi whenever he attacked him. 

"I look at Mr Modi and when he abuses me, I feel like giving him a hug...," Rahul Gandhi. "He is upset with the Congress party. I understand that also but we are not angry with him. That's our design, we don't hate people."



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