Congress MP Rahul Gandhi-led Bharat Jodo Yatra arrived within the nation’s cleanest metropolis, Indore, on Sunday, on the sixth day of its Madhya Pradesh leg. The metropolis is a BJP stronghold, the place Congress has did not win Lok Sabha polls since 1984, and mayoral polls since 1995.
At the Rajwada palace, Rahul Gandhi once more attacked the central authorities, saying, “What the Chinese army couldn’t do to India has been done by demonetisation and a flawed GST”.
Mr Gandhi repeated his assertion that the dual insurance policies have been “disastrous”, and hindered the money circulation of small and medium merchants and farmers, who he says are the most important employment mills within the nation.
“This resulted in the end of jobs in the country. Until the micro, small, and medium enterprises, and farmers, aren’t revived, India’s youth won’t get jobs. Look at what is happening now, those who have engineering and other professional degrees are driving cabs or delivering food on order,” he mentioned.
The Congress MP then took a dig at BJP’s funding, saying cash from the poor’s pockets is quickly altering fingers and reaching the BJP, which is then placing it into the pockets of grasping MLAs to drag down elected governments in states.
“This is what exactly happened, when the government elected by you in MP (in 2018) was pulled down by paying crores of rupees to greedy MLAs of the government. If that wasn’t corruption, then what is to be called corruption?” he requested.
Rahul Gandhi claimed the media is ignoring urgent public points, and reporting on celebrities as a substitute. He mentioned that journalists are doing it below strain, and he holds no grudges towards them.
“Instead of reporting on public issues, like unemployment and farmers’ distress or the success of Bharat Jodo Yatra, the media personnel are forced to report on what dress Aishwarya Rai is wearing, what Shahrukh Khan is saying and the boundaries being hit by Virat Kohli in a gripping cricket match. But I don’t hold any grudges against the press people, as they are doing it under pressure of those reigning in from behind. Take a TV remote and start shuffling through channels, what you’ll see are Narendra Modi, Amit Shah, Yogi Adityanath, Shivraj Singh Chouhan, Aishwarya Rai, and Ajay Devgan only. You’ll never get to see the worried faces and blistered hands of our farmers,” he mentioned.
Famous Urdu poet Rahat Indori’s son Satlaj Indori additionally joined the yatra and mentioned he introduced to Rahul Gandhi two books devoted to his late father, together with the latter’s autobiography.
The yatra, a mass contact initiative of the Congress, will cowl a distance of 380 km within the Malwa-Nimar area of western Madhya Pradesh in 12 days earlier than coming into Rajasthan on December 4, as per the schedule introduced by the social gathering.
The foot march entered Madhya Pradesh on November 23 at Bodarli village in Burhanpur district from neighbouring Maharashtra.
In the final six days, the yatra has accomplished greater than half of its journey in Madhya Pradesh.
The march led by Gandhi has thus far lined Burhanpur, Khandwa, Khargone and Indore districts in MP.
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