PUDUCHERRY: Congress chief Rahul Gandhi on Wednesday mentioned the killing of his father Rajiv Gandhi in 1991 introduced him large ache however he nursed no anger or hatred in the direction of these liable for it.
During an interplay the Congress MP had with college students of a state-run girls’s school right here, a pupil posed, “your father was killed by the LTTE (Liberation Tigers of Tamil Eelam) what are your feelings about these people?” and he answered by saying violence can’t take away something.
#WATCH | Congress chief Rahul Gandhi on being requested about his father’s demise, in Puducherry. He says, “I don’t have anger or hatred towards anybody. I lost my father and it was a difficult time for me. I felt tremendous pain.” pic.twitter.com/YVfZFFyfKy
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“I don’t have anger or hatred towards anybody. Of course, I lost my father and for me it was a very difficult time,” he mentioned, including, it was just like having one’s coronary heart severed.
“I felt tremendous pain, but I don’t feel anger, I don’t feel any hatred or any anger. I forgive,” he mentioned to rounds of applause.
To the subsequent query, he mentioned “violence cannot take away anything from you my father is alive in me my father is talking through me.”
Gandhi interacted with college students of Bharathidasan Government College for Women following a dialogue with individuals from the fishermen neighborhood.
Though most events supported the discharge of seven convicts within the Rajiv Gandhi assassination case, the Tamil Nadu Congress Committee (TNCC) had opposed it.
Rajiv Gandhi was killed on May 21, 1991, by a lady suicide bomber at Sriperumbudur close to Chennai in a ballot rally.
TNCC chief Okay S Alagiri had mentioned a couple of months in the past that if the Rajiv case convicts have been to be let out, demand would come up for the discharge of all “murder convicts” who had spent over 25 years in jail.
“If the court announces the release of seven Rajiv case convicts, we will accept it. However, political parties rooting for their release is unacceptable,” Alagiri had mentioned.
The Tamil Nadu authorities had in 2018 advisable to Governor Banwarilal Purohit to launch them.