Yeh sirf yatra nahin hein, yeh Hindustan ki sacchi aawaz hein: Rahul Gandhi

Mr. Gandhi started by pointing out the Hindu-Muslim conflicts that the country was facing under the BJP's present rule. "Aaj bhai bhai jhagda karte hein. Yeh desh ko mazbooth nahi banathe hein," he said.

By Nimisha S Pradeep  Published on  1 Nov 2022 4:06 PM GMT
Yeh sirf yatra nahin hein, yeh Hindustan ki sacchi aawaz hein: Rahul Gandhi

Hyderabad: On the 55th day of the Bharat Jodo Yatra on 1 November, Congress MP Rahul Gandhi addressed Hyderabad at the Necklace Road.

Standing in front of the huge statue of his grand mother, Indira Gandhi, Mr. Gandhi said, "Yeh sirf yatra nahin hein, yeh Hindustan ki sacchi aawaz hein."

Mr. Gandhi started by pointing out the Hindu-Muslim conflicts that the country was facing under the BJP's present rule. "Aaj bhai bhai jhagda karte hein. Yeh desh ko mazbooth nahi banathe hein," he said.

Mr. Gandhi said that both the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) and the Telangana Rashtra Samithi (TRS) are working in tandem. "For instance, when a bill is presented in the Parliament, the TRS supports BJP," he said.

Meanwhile, the crowd cheered on and shouted out various flaws of the current government, both at the centre and state in support of Mr. Gandhi. Some of the party members were holding cut outs of gas cylinder highlighting the gas price hike.

Mr. Gandhi touched upon several other issues like unemployment, price rise, privatisation, etc. He said how double standards were applied in the country these days. "If a farmer is unable to pay a loan, he is named a defaulter and is sent to jail. But if any of the big people are doing it, its called Non-Performing Assets.

Further, Mr. Gandhi also remarked on the KCR government in Telangana. "Ek Dharani portal hein, jahan pe patha chaltha hein hamara kitna zameen gaya," he said.

Yeh jhoot bolne wala sarkar hein

Congress President Mallikarjun Kharge said that the government at the centre is spreading lies.

He also touched upon issues of unemployment, price rise, and privatisation. He mentioned the legislations and programmea like the Food Security Act, Right to Education, and NREGA which were implemented during the Congress rule for the welfare of poor people.

Optimistically, Kharge said, "The Congress will come to power in 2024 elections."

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