Kurukshetra (Haryana), 8th January
Parliament leader Rahul Gandhi said on Sunday that Bharat Jod Yatra is against not only unemployment and inflation, but also hatred and fear spreading in society.
Regarding Yatra, Gandhi said:
The parliament believes in ‘tapasha’, but the BJP is a ‘puja’ organization.
He added that the BJP and RSS do not respect ‘tapasha’ but only want those who perform ‘puja’ (worship) to be respected.
Gandhi said that Yatra’s purpose is also to let people hear the true voice of the country.
In response to the question, Gandhi said: When fighting BSP and TRS, it’s a political contest. But there have been changes in this country.
“The day the RSS took control of the institutions of this country, the battle was not political. Now this has become a different battle. or give some framework, but this is not a political battle. It’s a ‘Tapasha’ organization…” he told the media here.
“The BJP is the ‘Santhan of Pooja,'” he argued, adding that both the BJP and the RSS want people to “worship” them.
“RSS wants them to be worshiped by force. He is worshiped and wants all people in the country to worship him,” Gandhi claimed.
He said there was only one parliamentary response and that was “Tapasha” and nothing else.
“That’s why this yatra was so successful. It’s the message of the yatra because it’s not just a parliament or one individual doing ‘tapasha’, but a lot of people doing ‘tapasha’,” Gandhi said. said.
He said that “tapasha”, technology and work should be respected.
He added, “The BJP and RSS say that people who perform ‘tapasha’ or ‘puja’ (worship) should not be respected, only they should be respected. Did you respect “Tapasha”? Certainly not. It was an attack on ‘Tapasha’. “The BJP and RSS are moving the country towards ‘forced puja’ that exploits wealth, seizes control of institutions and terrorizes the people,” Gandhi argued.
The former parliamentary speaker has also taken over a BJP-led center on the issue of farmers’ “plight”.
“Farmers are being hit on all fronts,” he said, noting that farmers are being hit by fuel and urea prices.
The backbone of the country that feeds us is under attack, he accused.
Talking about the foot march from Kanyakumari to Kashmir, which is now passing through Haryana, Gandhi received an overwhelming response and said he had learned a lot in the course of the journey so far.
“I got to hear firsthand what is in the heart of the country[interacting with people]. Yatra is getting a good response in Haryana. rice field.
In his attack on Yatra critics, Gandhi said when the Yatra started: But I got an even better response there. Then they said Yatra got a response in South India, but when it reached Maharashtra it would not get that response. ”
“Then, when the Yatra passed through the Hindi belt, we were told that we would not get a good response, but in Madhya Pradesh, the response was even better. That being said, the response has been overwhelming here as well, and as we move forward, the response is improving,” he said.
In response to the question, Gandhi said: Yatra is the opposite. ” He added that this yatra we are seeing has another purpose as a ‘tapasha’.
“We love our country, we love our people, our peasants and the poor, and we want to walk with them. Yes,’ said the parliamentary leader.
He said there was economic inequality in the country, with wealth, media and other institutions controlled by a minority.
The Yatra is against unemployment and inflation, he added.
Regarding the farmer’s problem, Gandhi said: They are hit directly by fuel and urea prices and cannot claim. ” The three farming methods (now abolished) were not farming methods. They were weapons to attack them (peasants).
The Yatra, which began on September 7th in Kanyakumari, Tamil Nadu, ends on January 30th with the hoisting of the national flag by Gandhi in Srinagar. The march has so far covered Tamil Nadu, Kerala, Karnataka, Andhra Pradesh, Telangana, Maharashtra and Madhya Pradesh. , Rajasthan, Delhi and Uttar Pradesh.
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