BJP not much concerned about peace: Rahul Mar 09, 2018 0 36 12345 IANSSingaporeCongress President Rahul Gandhi, who is on a three-day foreign trip that will also take him to Malaysia, on Thursday said here that India was facing"very serious dangers of polarising society"and accused the ruling BJP of being"less concerned about peace and tranquility". Gandhi met Indian-origin CEOs of companies in Singapore to discuss the situation of jobs, investments and economy in India. He said Congress saw the society as a system that has to be kept in balance, asserting that he would work for ushering in a"new Congress"after taking over the reigns of the party from his mother Sonia in December. "We see society as a system that has to be kept in balance. The BJP on the other hand is less concerned about peace and tranquility. We see very serious dangers of polarising society and risks arising from them,"he said. Apparently referring to the alleged 2G spectrum scam in which the BJP had consistently targeted the previous UPA government, Gandhi said the system was destabilised between 2012 and 2014. A Delhi court in December last year acquitted all those accused of corruption and money laundering charges in the 2G spectrum allocation cases. POST A COMMENT RELATED ARTICLES Hadiya wins on Women's Day as SC upholds marriage Mar 09, 2018 0 343 Probe against jeweller Nirav expanded in PNB fraud case Mar 09, 2018 0 55 Modi calls for movement to end gender discrimination Mar 09, 2018 0 39 Rafale deal win-win but details can't be revealed: Macron IANS New Delhi French President Emmanuel Macron on Thursday said the Rafale deal with India was a win-win approach and its details could not be revealed for commercial reasons. "The negotiation was a win-win approach. .. Petitioners seek SC-monitored probe into Loya death case IANS New Delhi The Supreme Court on Thursday was told by one of the petitioners in the Judge BH Loya death case that since there were serious suspicions over the circumstances in which the judge died, the apex court should .. Female slavery survivors unite to back anti-trafficking law Thomson Reuters Foundation NEW DELHI Female survivors of modern slavery are joining forces in India's capital to urge lawmakers to urgently pass a tough new anti-trafficking law that aims to help victims rebuild .. Delhi court to hear Karti's plea against ED today IANS New Delhi Karti Chidambaram, son of senior Congress leader P. Chidambaram, on Thursday moved Delhi High Court seeking quashing of summons issued by the Enforcement Directorate (ED) in the INX Media money .. Stick to all-party meet decision on Cauvery issue: Stalin to TN govt IANS Chennai DMK leader MK Stalin on Thursday said the official team from Tamil Nadu that will be participating in the talks on the Cauvery river water issue should stick to the decision taken at the all-party meeting held ..