Congress president Rahul Gandhi on Monday yet again attacked Prime Minister Narendra Modi over rising atrocities against the women and Dalits across the country.
The grand old party on Sunday accused the PM Modi- led Centre of "systematically destroying" the Constitution and being a big threat to the Constitution.
Accusing Modi of turning a blind eye towards the issues that have troubled the nation, he challenged Modi to face him for a 15-minute debate in Parliament.
In the speech, Mr Modi says that these people could have stopped doing these jobs, but they don't because these jobs satisfy their spiritual side.
While revealing this, Congress leader Milind Deora said his party will also need to stitch together an alliance that will not only help it win the elections but work on a long-term basis too.
The Congress President also said that Narendra Modi is only interested in becoming the Prime Minister.
Attacking the PM on employment and other promises made by him before the last Lok Sabha polls, Rahul said Modi would now come up with new promises for votes.
Going full throttle, Mr Gandhi alleged that institutions were being packed with people who believed in the RSS's ideology.
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"If there is one party that has destroyed the spirit of our Constitution, it is the Congress".
The campaign will continue till next year's April 14, the birth anniversary of Dalit icon Bhim Rao Ambedkar. "Rahul Gandhi's anger and frustration is because he realises that dynasty is on its way out".
Earlier in the day, the Congress announced the campaign on Twitter and wrote, "A movement has begun to stand in solidarity with the Dalits & other oppressed communities and to protect the values enshrined in our Constitution". He's just interested in being Prime Minister'.
"The campaign would be taken up at the state-level by the party's respective SC departments to reach out to the common man at the village level", said Nitin Raut, chairman of the AICC's Scheduled Caste cell, in a statement.
In a Facebook post, titled 'Saving the Constitution or Saving Dynasty?', Shah said: "Those who do not trust the Army, the Judiciary, the Supreme Court, the Election Commission, EVMs, the RBI are now saying 'democracy is in danger!'".
Latching on to reports that Modi had urged BJP MPs not to give "spice" (information) to media persons, Gandhi said, in a reference to Modi's monthly radio programme, that the prime minister wants the country to listen only to his "Mann Ki Baat".
"You will see Congress flag protecting people there", he added.