In a fervent address during the Bharat Jodo Nyay Yatra in Jharkhand, Congress leader Rahul Gandhi lashed out at the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP), accusing them of attempting to undermine the democratically elected government in the state. The yatra, aimed at advocating for justice and inclusivity, witnessed Gandhi’s passionate condemnation of what he termed the BJP’s “conspiracy” against the mandate of the people.
Gandhi, flanked by the newly appointed Chief Minister Champai Soren, asserted that the BJP’s machinations were thwarted by the Indian National Developmental Inclusive Alliance (INDIA), preventing what he called an attempt to “steal the popular mandate” in Jharkhand.
Addressing a gathering of supporters, Gandhi emphasized the need to confront what he described as the BJP’s divisive ideology. He pointedly remarked on the BJP’s purported “money power and probe agencies,” alleging that these tools were used to undermine democratic processes. Undeterred by such tactics, Gandhi pledged to continue the fight against what he perceived as divisive forces within Indian politics.
The focus of the Bharat Jodo Nyay Yatra, Gandhi explained, has shifted towards seeking justice for the people of India, highlighting issues of economic disparity, unemployment, and inflation. He attributed the country’s economic woes to policies such as demonetization and the implementation of Goods and Services Tax (GST), which, according to him, have disproportionately affected small and medium industries, crucial for employment generation.
Expressing concern over the alarming rate of unemployment, Gandhi painted a grim picture of the current economic landscape, asserting that it was the worst in four decades. He urged the people of Jharkhand to join the Nyay Yatra, promising to lend an ear to their grievances and champion their cause.
Champai Soren, who assumed office as the Chief Minister of Jharkhand, echoed Gandhi’s sentiments, pledging unwavering support to the Nyay Yatra. The event also saw the participation of Hemant Soren, the former Chief Minister who was recently arrested by the Enforcement Directorate in connection with a money-laundering case.
The Bharat Jodo Nyay Yatra is set to traverse Jharkhand over eight days, covering 13 districts in two phases. With a focus on economic and social justice, the yatra aims to amplify the voices of farmers, youth, and marginalized communities, promising to prioritize their concerns over political agendas.
As Gandhi’s impassioned rhetoric resonated through the crowd, it underscored a growing sentiment of defiance against what many perceive as attempts to erode the democratic fabric of the nation, setting the stage for a spirited political battle ahead.
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