Didn’t fight a divisive battle: Rahul

New Delhi: Congress leader Rahul Gandhi Saturday, reacting to the party’s victory in Karnataka Assembly elections, said that he did not fight a divisive battle, and that “the strength of crony-capitalism was defeated by the power of poor.”
Addressing a press conference in party headquarters in New Delhi, Gandhi said, “the markets of hatred have closed down, and shops of love have opened in Karnataka.”
Congress secured a comfortable majority in Karnataka as it crossed the halfway-mark in the 224-seat Assembly, while the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) trail behind.

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