Gandhi discussed the "fundamentalist, fascist" nature of the Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh (RSS) and its effect on India's democratic contest. He claimed the RSS' modern-day politics has led to a shifting of India's power dynamics and a less inclusive approach in electoral contests. He argued that this has fundamentally changed India's democratic process. Rahul Gandhi labeled the RSS "fundamentalist" and "fascist" while accusing the BJP of believing it would remain in power forever. He rejected the idea that Congress could be side-lined and asserted that it would not "go" anywhere.