Rahul Gandhi On Bharat Chhoro Aandolan: Former Congress President Rahul Gandhi on Monday said on the anniversary of the ‘Quit India Movement’ that another ‘do or die’ movement is needed against the current ‘dictatorial government’ and to protect the country. Is. He also said that dictatorship, inflation and unemployment will have to leave India.
The Congress leader said in a Facebook post that the page of history that can never be forgotten – ‘Quit India’ movement. This movement, which started from Mumbai on 8 August 1942, had given sleep to the British. On that August evening, people started gathering at the Gowalia Tank Maidan in Mumbai, Gandhi gave the slogan ‘Do or Die’ and just started the last chapter of British rule in India.
Need: Door to door employment
Reality: Every home unemployed pic.twitter.com/ISx1FJkUut
— Rahul Gandhi (@RahulGandhi) August 8, 2022
Rahul Gandhi pays tribute
According to Rahul Gandhi, without caring about their lives, lakhs of countrymen jumped into this movement, in this movement about 940 people were martyred and thousands of arrests were made. Today, on the anniversary of the Quit India Movement, I pay tribute to the freedom fighters who sacrificed their lives for the freedom of the country.
‘Speak up against injustice’
Rahul Gandhi said that today there is a need for another ‘do or die’ movement against the dictatorial government of India and to protect the country, now the time has come when, against injustice, one has to speak. Dictatorship, inflation and unemployment will have to leave India. The former president of Congress, citing a graph related to increasing unemployment in the country, tweeted that the need: door-to-door employment. Reality: Every household unemployed.
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