Chinese Sitting On Indian Land The Size Of New Delhi: Rahul Gandhi
Congress senior leader Rahul Gandhi on Tuesday continued to criticize the ruling BJP at the Center and accused it of sowing hatred among the people in the country, leading to foreign forces occupying the territory. Indian territory.
Addressing a large crowd at the border of Ernakulam district, the site of the day’s ”Bharat Jodo Yatra” Congress, Mr. Gandhi said those who sow hatred and cause division in society will be forgotten.
He claimed that the division created in society has weakened the country, which has led to China occupying our territory.
“Our adversaries from the outside can see what’s going on in India. They can see India being divided, full of hatred, and clearly see the arrogance of the leadership. Today, for the first time First of all we are in a situation where the Chinese have taken over thousands of people, said Mr. Gandhi.
He said that although the Army has acknowledged that Chinese troops have taken over Indian land, Prime Minister Narendra Modi has publicly denied it.
Mr. Gandhi alleges: “Our Prime Minister has publicly stated that no one has entered. Our military says they have entered, but our Prime Minister denies it. But the Chinese are sitting on it. the land of India is the size of New Delhi”.
The widespread anger, hatred and arrogance in this country have led to consequences, including unemployment and soaring prices of essentials.
“Will our social reformers including Sree Narayana Guru, Chattambi Swamikal and Mahatma Ayyankali approve of the violence that is happening in our country these days?” he asks.
He said the speeches of the country’s leaders today are filled with hatred and anger and “you won’t find a single speech where they preach affection, love or humility”. .
“They don’t speak with humility, they speak with extreme arrogance. And they sow hatred and anger. No nation can succeed if it’s full of hatred or arrogance. India has never been successful. when full of anger and hatred. India has never failed when it is full of love and affection.”
Mr. Gandhi on Tuesday started the 13th day of Bharat Jodo Yatra from Cherthala in Alappuzha district with thousands of party workers.
The Queen started by planting rambutan trees at the University of St. Michael. It is organized by Sasthravedi, the environmental wing of the Kerala Pradesh Congress Committee.
The Queen traveled a distance of about 30 km and ended up at Aroor in the border area of Ernakulam District. Tonight’s camping site is in Ernakulam district.
National Assembly Senior Leaders K Muraleedharan, Pawan Khera, Kerala Council Opposition Leader VD Satheesan and Shanimol Usman, among others, accompanied Mr. Gandhi.
Men, women and children were seen waiting along the highway, throngs of followers and supporters on one side, to catch a glimpse of Gandhi, who occasionally stopped to meet people.
The operation will cover a distance of 3,570 km in 150 days. It starts from Kanyakumari in Tamil Nadu on September 7 and will end in Jammu and Kashmir.
Yatra, entering Kerala on the evening of September 10, will traverse the state covering 450 kilometers, touching seven districts over a 19-day period before entering Karnataka on October 1.
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