Congress Chief Rahul Gandhi said that he wants to be part of South India too as most of the South Indians have a feeling that they are not being included by Modi.
He was replying to a question during the release of the Congress Manifesto on Tuesday. The question from a journalist was about why he chose Wayanad as the second constituency to contest.
While replying Rahul said: "There was a strong demand for me from South India. There is a strong feeling in South India that they are being neglected by the BJP government. South India feels hostility towards Modi. They are not included properly during Modi rule. I want to be part of South India too."