Rajyavardhan Singh Rathore, a BJP politician and former union minister, attacked the Bharat Jodo Yatra of the Congress and said that the Gandhi family is infamous for splitting India. This is a “Bharat Todo Yatra,” the BJP spokesman said since Rahul Gandhi is interacting with opponents of India while on the road.
Rajiv Gandhi instigated the Sikh riots, and Jawaharlal Nehru worsened the Kashmir situation. Moreover, according to Rathore, the Gandhi family is infamous for separating India. “They solely engage in vote-bank politics and their Islamic thinking is tearing the nation apart,” he said.
Rajyavardhan Rathore also referred to Ashok Gehlot, the Chief Minister of Rajasthan. And said that the only duty of the Rajasthan Congress is to support a family consistently.
There are many essential concerns in the state, such as women’s safety and lumpy illness, but the administration is not paying attention to these matters, Rathore said. “Party in the state is involved in launching and relaunching a family?
He attacked the party, claiming that Congress was pretending to bring the nation together. Instead, he said, “He is meeting with an anti-India pastor and spreading so much hatred towards Hindu society and RSS.
There is a split within the Congress; they should first do the work of connecting the Congress.
Congress’s intention is visible from how they work; they are sad that the people rejected them.
According to the former Union Minister, people who fled the nation under the Congress regime are now coming back, and India is now one of the strongest economies.
“Wherever the BJP is in power, there are no riots, and people are benefited by every plan,” he added.
Rathore accused Congress of siding with Chinese communists, claiming that the party collaborates with them. He also said that the spat between Gehlot, Pilot, and other ministers exemplified the one-person state party.
Earlier, Ashok Gehlot, the Chief Minister of Rajasthan, criticized the BJP and questioned why it was concerned about the Yatra. Do they have no jobs to do?
“BJP is now politicizing a T-shirt,” Gehlot had added. “PM wears spectacles worth 2.5 lakh, the Home Minister himself wears a muffler for Rs 80,000.”
In addition, Rathore said that “Rajasthan has turned into a hotbed of riots today, the rate of rape is rising there, and the necks are being chopped, yet these are little events for Congress and if a family is asked a question, then it becomes a very huge problem for them.”
The former deputy chief minister of Rajasthan, Sachin Pilot, came under fire earlier on Monday from Ashok Chandna, the state’s Minister of state for youth affairs and sports, who said he didn’t want to battle Pilot.
Because I don’t feel like fighting right now, the Chief Minister should be appointed as soon as possible, the Minister said in a tweet on Monday. “The day I come to fight, just one will be left and I do not want this.”
In reality, shoes were thrown at a ceremony to commemorate the burial of Gurjar chieftain Colonel Kirori Singh Bainsla’s ashes in Pushkar, Rajasthan. Thousands of people attended to pay their respects and demonstrate the community’s power.