Rahul Gandhi- Mobile Addiction Is The Vice Of The 21st Century

The 30th day of the Bharat Jodo Nyay Yatra kicked off from Korba in Chhattisgarh. Once again, a crowd of thousands gathered to join the Yatra. The Yatra was initiated from the city of Korba, known for its NTPC power plant and a share of the country’s coal wealth, along with the rice fields of Chhattisgarh. The gathering along the journey is evidence of the success of the Nyay Yatra. While the challenges and woes vary from state to state and place to place, the unwavering support for Congress leader Rahul Gandhi extends even to remote areas. The call for Nyay echoes throughout the nation, as everyone is weary of the government’s injustices.

In Korba City, Rahul Gandhi concluded his roadshow, addressing thousands of supporters. His speech today was particularly potent. Engaging directly with the people, he not only spoke to them but also connected with them. Listening to their concerns, he articulated his views. Mr. Gandhi critiqued the central government and implored the youth to rise.

He stated, ‘The BJP talks about a Hindu nation, but 74% of the people are receiving nothing. In the inauguration of the Ram Temple, not a single poor person was seen. Amitabh Bachchan, Aishwarya Rai, Adani, Ambani, and all the business tycoons were present, but not a farmer, not a laborer, not a poor person, not an unemployed person was seen. The 74% backward, Dalits with 2-5 percent general caste poor people, when combined, there is nothing left for them in this country. They are just clapping or showing their mobiles. If someone asked you 100 years ago about the sources of addiction, you would have mentioned alcohol, marijuana, and opium. The addiction of the 21st century is the mobile. This addiction is imposed on the youth because Ambani and Adani want to distract your attention.’

Moreover, Shri Gandhi asserted, ‘Coal India is a public sector unit. It belongs to the people. The government wants to close down Coal India gradually. Then, they will privatize it and say, ‘Let’s give it to Mr. Adani.’ All employees will be given VRS. Now, this money is going to Ambani, Adani, Birla, Tata, and nowadays, even to Baba Ramdev. If a common man wants to take a loan from the bank, the bank will refuse. I want India to hear them, and the media to discuss them. Their faces should also appear in the media. The biggest issue facing the country is how much I receive from the wealth of India today, you have to ask yourself this question every morning.’

In today’s Yatra, there was an interesting incident on the way. Some BJP workers were seen chanting slogans against Rahul Gandhi. Mr. Gandhi stepped out of his car and began shaking hands with them. The joy on the faces of those BJP workers was worth seeing.

In the afternoon, Rahul Gandhi interacted with the people from the Weavers community. This meeting took place at the Silk Production Center in Korba city. The production of Korba silk is limited to the Korba and Chamba districts. This silk is a rare and high-quality product, made primarily by the Devangan community of Chhattisgarh. Due to its strength and natural golden color, it is considered precious. Because of these characteristics, Korba silk has found a significant market at the national and international levels.

On the way, Rahul Gandhi also met with the people of the Hasdeo Aranya Bachao Andolan. Hasdeo Aranya, in Chhattisgarh, Jharkhand, and Odisha, is a lush green forest area. It is also referred to as the lungs of this region. This area is the home to indigenous people who have been residing here for centuries. The ‘Hasdeo Aranya Bachao Sangharsh Samiti’ is actively engaged in the struggle to save this forest. They have discussed their issues with Shri Gandhi and have made him aware of their demands.

The arrangements for overnight rest during the Yatra were made in the Shivnagar Gram Panchayat of Chhattisgarh.

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