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Castes, languages being pitted against one another: Rahul takes first jibe at BJP

Rahul Gandhi

Rahul Gandhi, the Congress leader, launched a new attack on the Centre on Wednesday, saying the general atmosphere in the country had deteriorated, with castes and languages pitted against one another. Rahul made the remark while speaking to a crowd of supporters in Fatehgarh Sahib during the Punjab leg of the ‘Bharat Jodo Yatra’.

“They are attempting to pit one caste against another, as well as one language against another. “They have ruined the overall atmosphere in the country,” said the former Congress president leader. He also stated that the yatra aims to combat hatred, unemployment, inflation, and violence while also spreading the message of love, unity, and brotherhood.

“We felt the nation needed to be shown a different path — one of love, unity, and brotherhood. That is what prompted us to begin the yatra. “We will be with you and interact with you for the next 10 days,” Rahul told the crowd. Earlier in the day, the Congress leader paid a visit to Gurdwara Fatehgarh Sahib and offered his prayers.

The yatra will travel across Punjab for eight days before arriving in Jammu and Kashmir on January 19. Despite the bitter cold and dense fog, a large crowd of party supporters and locals gathered to show their support for Rahul Gandhi.

As the yatra entered Punjab, the Congress leader paid a visit to the Sri Harmandir Sahib (Golden Temple) in Amritsar on Tuesday. On Tuesday, the former Congress President resumed his yatra in Haryana’s Ambala. Women Bharat Yatris matched steps with Congress leader Rahul Gandhi on Monday, dedicating the yatra to women and women’s empowerment.

During the Haryana leg of the Bharat Jodo Yatra, the Wayanad MP mocked the Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh (RSS), calling them 21st-century Kauravas who wear Khakhi half-pants, run shakhas, and oppose national culture. “Kauravas of the twenty-first century run’shakhas’ in Khakhi half-pants. “Beside them are the country’s 2-3 wealthiest people,” Gandhi said while speaking to a crowd in Kurukshetra.

“RSS members never chant Har Har Mahadev because Lord Shiva was a Tapasavi and these people are attacking India’s ‘Tapasya’. They have removed Goddess Sita from ‘Jai Siya Ram’. These people are working against Indian culture,” Rahul had said. The yatra, which began on September 7 in Kanyakumari, Tamil Nadu, will end on January 30 in Srinagar, with Rahul hoisting the Tricolour.



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