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Perhaps Rahul Gandhi has forgotten that Congress too has humiliated its veterans Sitaram Kesari and PV Narasimha Rao in the past
Congress President Rahul Gandhi is claiming that even though former Prime Minister Atal Bihari Vajpayee was his political adversary, he was the first one to visit him at the All India Institute of Medical Sciences (AIIMS) in Delhi, where the former Prime Minister has been admitted for treatment.

Congress President Rahul Gandhi visited the 93-year-old BJP veteran at AIIMS on Monday for inquiring about his health. Vajpayee is reportedly suffering from urinary tract infection and his condition is said to be stable.

Rahul  Gandhi described it as "Congress' culture" of respecting even opponents and even taunted Prime Minister Narendra Modi for showing disrespect towards veteran BJP leader and his mentor (guru) LK Advani.

Perhaps Rahul Gandhi has forgotten that even the Congress has "humiliated" its veteran leaders Sitaram Kesari and former Prime Minister PV Narashimha Rao in the past.

BJP spokesperson Anil Baluni was quick to respond to Rahul Gandhi's tweets by reminding how Congress leaders had torn the clothes of the erstwhile party president Sitaram Keseri and thrown him out of his office, clearing the way for Sonia Gandhi to take over reins of the party, reported PTI.

Shockingly, former Prime Minister and another Congress veteran leader PV Narashimha Rao was "humiliated" even after his death. His mortal remainswere not allowed to be kept in the office of the All India Congress Committee, Delhi at the insistence of Sonia Gandhi.

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