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Rahul Gandhi taunts PM Modi ahead of Monsoon Session

By Chennabasaveshwar

New Delhi, July 18: Hours before the Monsoon session of Parliament, Congress President Rahul Gandhi taunted Prime Minister Narendra Modi in the wake of the attack on activist Swami Agnivesh.

Rahul Gandhi taunts PM Modi ahead of Monsoon Session

Rahul Gandhi 'Pop Quiz' to his followers tweeted:

"I bow to the most powerful in the line. A person's strength & power are all that are important to me.

I use hatred & fear to maintain the hierarchy of power. I seek out the weakest & crush them.

I rank all living beings based on their usefulness to me.

Who am I?"

Swami Agnivesh was allegedly attacked by members of a Hindu fringe group in Jharkhand's Pakur on Tuesday. Agnivesh claimed that he was assaulted, beaten and abused in what he called a "sponsored" and "murderous" attack.

Video of the alleged attack with a large crowd thrashing the social activist and his supporters did the rounds of social media and TV channels.

Opposition leaders condemned the attack and express their anguish on the BJP government in the state and at the Centre for "perpetrating violence".

The Jharkhand Pradesh Congress Committee (JPCC) demanding arrest of all the persons involved. "We demand immediate arrest of all the accused after lodging an FIR in this connection," JPCC President Dr Ajoy Kumar told PTI in Jamshedpur.

(With PTI inputs)

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