Rajasthan News: Congress MP Rahul Gandhi often attacks the Bharatiya Janata Party through his statements. In such a situation, Rahul Gandhi has once again targeted BJP. On Saturday (September 23), Rahul Gandhi participated in the Congress workers conference in Jaipur, Rajasthan New. During this, he along with Congress President Mallikarjun Kharge and Rajasthan Chief Minister Ashok Gehlot also laid the foundation stone of the new Congress office of the state.
Rahul Gandhi launched a scathing attack on the central government
While making a verbal attack on the Central Government, Rahul Gandhi said that BJP was not talking about women’s reservation earlier. He called a special session to discuss the dispute over the name Bharat or India. But when he saw that people did not agree on this issue, he became nervous. In such a situation, he had already announced the special session, hence he brought the Women’s Reservation Bill.
Rahul Gandhi accused BJP of delay
Congress MP Rahul Gandhi said that we supported the Women’s Reservation Bill. BJP is saying that to implement the Women’s Reservation Bill, a new census and new delimitation is needed. But 33 percent reservation can actually be implemented today. BJP wants to delay the implementation of the Women’s Reservation Bill by 10 years and we want it to be implemented now. Rahul further said that we want OBC women to also get its benefits.
This is not a market of hatred, it is a shop of love – Rahul
The Congress MP further said that this is a conference of workers, people from far and wide have come here. Ranthambore is in Rajasthan and it takes several hours to see a lion there. That lion also runs away after giving a glimpse. Rahul Gandhi said that for the first time I have seen that thousands of lions are sitting together here. This is not a market of hatred, this is a shop of love.
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