Will all opposition parties unite with the help of Rahul Gandhi? Know how much challenge for BJP
Regional opposition parties are also aware of the shortcomings of the Congress.
Actually, the regional opposition parties are also aware of the shortcomings of the Congress and its troubled condition, but apart from the legal battle, the opposition has no other option but to go among the public, but the question is whether Rahul’s membership will go away. Will Mamata, Kejriwal, Akhilesh, KCR and other leaders change their strategy after? Who are currently seen supporting Rahul Gandhi and Congress. According to Vibhuti Narayan Rai, president of the Progressive Writers’ Association and well-known writer, at this time the Congress needs to take along all the opposition and regional parties. This is an opportune moment and Rahul Gandhi’s Bharat Jodo Yatra has re-established his credibility and acceptability among the masses.
BJP has given a big weapon to the opposition?
According to him, the actions being taken by the Modi government at the Center have also made all the opposition parties soft and positive towards him, so it is certain that the Congress needs to take the lead. Trinamool Congress leader Shatrughan Sinha, who was once in BJP and Congress, quoted Rahul Gandhi and said, BJP has given a big weapon to the opposition and this weapon has been found in such a way that it will not only protect democracy Rather, in the coming days, Rahul Gandhi and the opposition will increase more than 100 seats. Rahul Gandhi’s Bharat Jodo Yatra is also a reason behind this, but now the situation has become icing on the cake.
Mamta also came out in support of Rahul
Mamta Banerjee was an attacker on Congress till now, but now she has come out in support of Rahul. He said, the opposition leaders on the target of BJP in PM Modi’s New India! While BJP leaders with criminal background are included in the cabinet, opposition leaders are disqualified for their speeches. Today, we have witnessed a new low for our constitutional democracy. The ruling Rashtriya Janata Dal in Bihar responded by declaring democracy dead in the country after this incident and termed it as the biggest black spot in the history of democracy.
The membership of the leaders has already gone
Significantly, Rahul is not the first such leader, whose membership has been lost. Even before this, the membership of many such MPs and MLAs has been lost, who have been sentenced to two years or more by the court. In such cases, Samajwadi Party leader Azam Khan and his son Abdullah Azam, Vikram Saini, MLA from Muzaffarnagar’s Khatauli, Lakshadweep MP Mohammad Faizal are also examples of this, but Kerala High Court stayed the punishment and now this matter is in Supreme Court. pending in court.
Against the policies of the government
Meanwhile, Congress leaders claim that during the Bharat Jodo Yatra, Rahul Gandhi has achieved expected success in creating an environment against the policies of the present government by directly interacting with the people of about 150 civil society organisations. Therefore, it is time for the Congress to unite them and give full force to convert it into a political campaign. According to the Congress, now is the time to start working systematically for opposition unity. Congress General Secretary Jairam Ramesh said, it is agreed that now we should start the work of opposition unity in a systematic manner. Till now there was coordination within the Parliament and now there will be coordination outside also.
When Indira Gandhi went to jail
The experiences of the years 1976-77, 1987-89 and 2011-14 show that politically driven mass movements have played an important role in changing the government. On the other hand, if it is compared with the Rahul Gandhi episode, in the year 1978 former Prime Minister Indira Gandhi was arrested and put in Delhi’s Tihar Jail. Protests continued and according to a media report and photo dated May 2, 1979, Sanjay Gandhi, wearing a half-sleeved shirt, had deep lathi marks on both his hands. He too was sent to jail for the next two weeks.
Rahul will try to unite the opposition
So, before taking this fight to the streets, the Congress leaders should also answer the question whether Rahul Gandhi is ready to face what his uncle had to face 44 years ago? A question also arises that Rahul Gandhi has definitely welcomed the response of solidarity and support from all the opposition parties, but the question is how much effort will Rahul himself make to unite the entire opposition. Will talk to how many leaders or Congress will bring softness in its attitude with regional parties. After Rahul Gandhi was convicted by a Gujarat court in a defamation case and sentenced to two years in prison for a 2019 statement on Modi’s surname, the Lok Sabha Secretariat decided to terminate his membership of Parliament. The Wayanad region of Kerala will now have to re-elect its MP. If Rahul succeeds in uniting the opposition against BJP then it will definitely be a big challenge for BJP.