Rahul Gandhi: Farmers And Youth Are In Distress; Ambani And Adani Are Prospering

On the 57th day of the Bharat Jodo Nyay Yatra, the yatra began in the Surat district with a meeting involving 40 MSME entrepreneurs associated with the textile industry and a delegation from the CA community. During this session, the delegation shared their concerns with Congress leader Rahul Gandhi, pledging support for the movement against GST and demonetization. Rahul Gandhi reiterated that these policies were a concerted effort by the Modi government to eradicate small businesses and traders, ultimately benefiting only a select few industrialists in the country.

Following the meeting, the yatra commenced from Mandvi in the Surat district, progressing towards Bardoli. In Bardoli, Rahul Gandhi paid homage to the Iron Man of India, Sardar Vallabhbhai Patel, at the historic Swaraj Ashram. Thousands of people joined Rahul Gandhi in Bardoli, expressing gratitude for his unwavering stance against the central government’s policies. People perceive him as the beacon of hope for Nyay, articulating the frustration prevailing among the public due to the government’s apathy.

After Surat, the yatra moved towards Vyara in the Tapi district. Here, Rahul Gandhi addressed a public meeting. Speaking at the gathering, he mentioned his meeting with a delegation earlier in the day and highlighted the issues raised by small business owners. He stated that demonetization and GST had adversely affected small and medium businesses and the textile and diamond industries, leading to their demise. He quoted businessmen who mentioned that the objective of demonetization and GST was to eliminate small businesses in India.

Rahul Gandhi continued to speak against the atrocities of the government towards farmers, saying, ‘You, like millions of farmers in India, work all day under the scorching sun, invest your entire strength, and now you’re just asking for fair MSP for what you grow. BJP says no, Adani and Ambani will sell potatoes, and farmers’ hard-earned money will not be given to them. They say we won’t provide legal MSP. But they have forgiven the debts of the country’s biggest billionaires, a total of 16 lakh crores!’

Rahul Gandhi did not stop there, ‘They don’t provide MSP, don’t waive off loans, don’t give money for insurance schemes, and when it’s time for them to sell their goods, they change the import-export policy. Small business owners are crying, farmers are crying, and the youth are unemployed, while Ambani and Adani are having a good time.’

Highlighting his agenda of Arthik and Samajik Nyay, Rahul Gandhi urged the public to demand two things: first, a caste-based census, and second, an economic survey. He emphasized that through these, every citizen would know the distribution of wealth and resources in the country. Rahul Gandhi revealed that 22 individuals in India have as much wealth as 70 crore people, and the policies favor these individuals. He stressed the importance of these surveys to empower citizens to demand their rights.

Rahul Gandhi concluded his address by calling for collective effort, stating, ‘Join us in this revolutionary work. We will complete this work together, and true politics will begin afterwards.’

After this speech, the yatra headed towards the rest camp. The yatra was only until the afternoon today, with a break planned for tomorrow. The yatra will resume on March 12 from Maharashtra.

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