Terrorism a crime, don't complain, act: Rahul

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Rahul Gandhi
Aurangabad, Jan 29: After Uttar Pradseh, Congress general secretary Rahul Gandhi started campaigning for the Youth Congress in Maharashtra. During the visit, Rahul urged youth to join politics in the wake of India being a indomitable presence in the world stage.

Rahul in Nagpur on 3-day Maharashtra tour

Addressing the media, Rahul stated, "I assure you, after 10 years, you will be proud of your decision (to join politics), and the country's politics will take a new direction."

Expressing his unhappiness over politics, Congress general secretary claimed, "Indian politics lack democracy" and he also asserted, "to join Youth Congress, candidates don't need to show their last name."

Comparing 'corruption' with 'cancer', Rahul said, "Everyone points out at corruption but few wants to correct that."

"Don't complain, change the system. Act on right time," urged Rahul while reiterating that "coalition politics" indeed create more hazards and makes things more complicated.

Rahul on coalition politics

Stating on the long disputed issue of India, terrorism, Rahul said, "Terrorism must be treated as another crime. It (terrorism) doesn't bind to any specific religion."

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