Rahul Gandhi's remark came a day after the 23-year-old Unnao rape victim died at Safdarjung Hospital, on Friday.
Congress MP Rahul Gandhi said the numerous reports of attacks on women and children are a cause for serious concern.
The Wayanad MP, who is on a three-day visit to his constituency, is also expected to visit the school where the child was bitten by the snake.
Rahul also asked the Central and state governments to provide school authorities with enough fund to develop infrastructure.
The Wayanad MP was speaking after inaugurating the new block with science lab at the GHSS Karuvarakundu here on Thursday.
The Congress leader said he did not believe in an India of hatred and no matter how many times BJP tries to convince him, he will not believe it.
The Congress leader was responding to a query on the government's claim that there was no financial crisis in the country.
Rahul Gandhi raised the issue mentioning that the project has been in the pipeline for several years and would considerably reduce the travel time between Bengaluru and Thiruvananthapuram.
The 74-year-old Congress leader has been in custody since August 21, when he was arrested by the CBI in the INX-Media corruption case.
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Welcoming the SPG (Amendment) Bill, the BJP MP said the assassinations of former prime ministers Indira Gandhi and Rajiv Gandhi had nothing to do with security.
Thakur had moved a breach of privilege notice against Gandhi for calling her a 'terrorist'.
Addressing his first rally in the state, the former Congress chief said tribals have water, forests and land, and his party will protect their rights over those resources.
The former Congress president will address a public meeting in Simdega in favour of the party's candidate Bhushan Bara who is up against BJP's Shraddhanand Besra.
The rally, coming two days after the first of the five-phase polling, is scheduled at at 1.30 p.m. at Bazartand Ground, College Road in Simdega.
The party also urged Prime Minister Narendra Modi, who is now the only person being protected by the elite SPG commandos, to look into the issue.