Rahul Gandhi’s jibe at the BJP in Madhya Pradesh, ‘ek taraf Gandhi, ek taraf Godse’
Rahul Gandhi claimed during the Congress’ Jan Aakrosh Yatra in Bhopal that his party was fighting the ideologies of the RSS and the BJP.
The Congress’ Rahul Gandhi launched a scathing attack on the Bharatiya Janata Party-led government in poll-bound Madhya Pradesh on Saturday, alleging that the state is an epicenter of corruption in the country.
Gandhi claimed during the Congress’ Jan Aakrosh Yatra in Bhopal that his party was fighting the ideologies of the RSS and the BJP. The Congress party is on one side, and the RSS and the BJP are on the other. “Ek taraf Gandhi hain aur ek taraf Godse hain” (On one side, Mahatma Gandhi, and on the other, Godse), said Gandhi.
There is hatred and violence on one side, and love, respect, and brotherhood on the other. “They (BJP) spread hatred wherever they go, but now the youth and farmers of Madhya Pradesh are hating them,” he added.
Gandhi also claimed that 18,000 farmers committed suicide in Madhya Pradesh during the BJP’s 18-year rule.
The Madhya Pradesh government is not paying farmers a fair price for their crops. Go ask Chhattisgarh farmers how much money they get for their paddy crop. We delivered on our promise. Farmers are paying taxes for the first time in India’s history. They enacted GST… Our government is concerned with the poor and farmers.