New Delhi: Congress Party is taking out Bharat Jodo Nyay Yatra in the North-Eastern states. There have also been reports of alleged attacks on Congress leaders at some places. Even today, there has been an uproar for a long time regarding Rahul Gandhi’s entry into a temple. Angered by not going to the temple, Congress MP Rahul Gandhi has sat on strike. Along with this, Rahul Gandhi has also raised many question marks on the government.
Rahul Gandhi had gone to Shankardev temple
Let us tell you that Rahul Gandhi had reached there to visit the birthplace of Vaishnav saint Shankardev located in Nagaon district of Assam. But he was stopped outside. On this, Rahul Gandhi said that the authorities are not allowing him to go to Sri Sri Shankardev Temple in Nagaon. Expressing his displeasure over being stopped from visiting the temple in Nagaon, Assam, Rahul Gandhi asked the authorities whether now Prime Minister Modi will decide who will go to the temple? We do not want to create any problem, just want to worship in the temple. After being stopped from going to the temple, Rahul Gandhi sat on a dharna along with other Congress leaders.
Congress accused the government
Regarding the alleged attacks on the convoys of ‘Bharat Jodo Nyaya Yatra’ in Assam, Congress has announced that it will protest across the country on Monday evening in protest against these attacks. In a post on social media platform They are continuously attacking.” He said, ”This is a matter which every Indian should take seriously because it exposes the fascism and hooliganism of the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP). All Congress workers all over India are directed to hold a massive protest tomorrow evening and highlight how the (Narendra) Modi led BJP is killing democracy in Assam through its Chief Minister Himanta Vishwa Sharma He said, “Our fight for social, economic and political justice will continue.”
Alleged attacks happened earlier also
In fact, even before this, Assam Congress chief Bhupen Kumar Bora was allegedly attacked in Sonitpur district of Assam while the car of Congress General Secretary Jairam Ramesh was targeted. Now Congress leader Rahul Gandhi was also surrounded by a crowd at a roadside eatery in Nagaon district of Assam on Sunday evening. The crowd raised slogans against the Wayanad MP and also displayed placards with slogans like ‘Anaya Yatra’ and ‘Rakibul go back’, referring to Samaguri Congress MLA Rakibul Hussain.
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