Rahul Gandhi to share videos on current affairs, claims 'hate-filled narrative' being spread by TV media

The Congress leader said the 'narrative of lies' is tearing India apart and he will try to speak about the 'truth' of many such reports from tomorrow

Press Trust of India July 14, 2020 00:18:30 IST
Rahul Gandhi to share videos on current affairs, claims 'hate-filled narrative' being spread by TV media

New Delhi: Congress leader Rahul Gandhi has said he will share his thoughts with the people through video starting Tuesday as he slammed the alleged "hate-filled narrative" being spread through television channels.

He said this "narrative of lies" is tearing India apart and he would bring out the truth of many such reports.

Gandhi had also recently opened an account on Telegram Channel to engage with people directly. It is a messaging application where the administrator alone can post messages and views. The channel is a tool to broadcast public messages to a large audience.

In a tweet earlier in the day, Gandhi again took potshots at the government over the Ladakh standoff.

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