Bharat Jodo Yatra nears end, Cong eyes next campaign, unveils BJP ‘chargesheet’


The Bharat Jodo Yatra of the Congress Party began in September.

While the Bharat Jodo Yatra is in its final leg in Jammu and Kashmir, the Congress is not backing down in its campaign against the ruling BJP, with nine states voting in assembly elections this year.

On the same day that it announced the details of its next mass contact program, ‘Hath se Hath Jodo Yatra,’ the grand old party also issued a “chargesheet” against the ruling party. “The Modi government’s so-called governance model benefits his business associates while keeping the general public in the dark. Indians have witnessed Jumlas, broken promises, escalating communal tensions, record unemployment, and zero accountability in the last 9 years! “The Congress posted a lengthy list of accusations against the BJP on Twitter.

To elaborate on its set of allegations, the Congress used the titles “Kuch ka sath” (only supporting a few), “Kuch ka vikaas” (development of a select few), and “Sabke Sath Vishwasghaat” (deception with everyone) to twist the rival party’s slogan of “Sabka saath, sabka vikaas” (development with everyone).

The party accused Prime Minister Narendra Modi of flying to Delhi in a businessman’s private jet whose wealth had grown 50 times since 2014. It went on to say that the top 10% of the country’s wealthiest own “64%” of India’s wealth, and that loans worth 72,000 crores waived off for “Modi’s friends,” but not a single loan for farmers.

It also increased its attack on China-India border tensions, claiming that Beijing “captured 20,000 sq km of land while PM said “koi ghusa nahi (nobody trespassed).”

It also took a dig at the ruling party over international rankings, including Hunger Index, Press Freedom, and Democracy Index among others.

who has been leading the Bharat Jodo Yatra since September, has been hitting out at the rival party as he had said that the grand old party was campaigning against “the hatred spread by BJP and RSS over the last few years”. The party’s mass contact campaign in Srinagar set to end on January 30.






Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *