Govt doing little for India’s Manchester: Rahul Gandhi
Ludhiana, January 12
Rahul Gandhi, on his second day of his Bharat Jodo Yatra in Ludhiana, mentioned evaluating Ludhiana to Manchester is fallacious however, in actual fact, Manchester is like Ludhiana.
The unhappy half is that the “fallacious” insurance policies of the Modi authorities had slowed down the progress of the commercial metropolis. Rahul was addressing a gathering at Samrala Chowk.
“Anyone instructed me that Ludhiana is like Manchester, however I used to be pondering that it is a false assertion. In actual fact, Manchester is like Ludhiana. Manchester doesn’t have a future, however Ludhiana has a future. However who has injured Ludhiana and the way?” he questioned.
He mentioned the Prime Minister had imposed demonetisation and fallacious Items and Companies Tax (GST) and the Delhi Authorities was working just for two or three huge businessmen. Small and medium companies weren’t getting the assist, however as a substitute they had been loaded with demonetisation and “fallacious” GST insurance policies. Each had been the weapons to complete small and medium models and this was the truth.
The second actuality was that India’s huge enterprise homes couldn’t give employment to the nation, however Ludhiana’s enterprises might present jobs. In the event that they had been strengthened and given energy, India might compete with China. That is the truth however no one was serving to these companies and there was no imaginative and prescient, mentioned Rahul.
“The yatra was began a couple of months in the past from Kanyakumari and can be going to Kashmir after protecting a distance of three,007 km. The primary goal behind the yatra is to face towards the caste system and present individuals the trail of affection and brotherhood. We’re opening the ‘mohabbat ki dukan’ in ‘nafrat ka bazar’,” mentioned Rahul.
He reached Samrala Chowk whereas traversing by way of Khanna, Sahnewal and Doraha. PPCC state president Raja Warring, MP Ravneet Bittu, district Congress president Sanjay Talwar, former Chief Minister Charanjit Singh Channi had been additionally current. He additionally greeted individuals on Lohri.
Chandumajra rakes up 1984 riots
Patiala: Former MP Prem Singh Chandumajra on Thursday raked up the difficulty of the 1984 assault on the Golden Temple and anti-Sikh riots and mentioned Congress chief Rahul Gandhi ought to apologise for his celebration’s earlier choices. He mentioned Rahul ought to deal with altering his mindset and reply vital questions. tns
Ladies in massive quantity participated within the yatra. Simrat Khangura was seen driving the bus full of girls. Elevating the jaikara “Bole So Nihal…”, girls had been seen enthusiastic to be part of the yatra.
Rahul lookalike draWS CROWDS
- A teenager, who’s Rahul Gandhi’s lookalike, is attracting the gang in the course of the yatra
- Faisal Chaudhary, who has grown Rahul-like beard, joined the the yatra from New Delhi
- Even Rahul was shocked to see him at present. “That is the primary time that I met Rahul. I’m elated that I met him at present,” he mentioned.
Guard pushes apart Raja Warring
Rahul Gandhi’s safety guard pushed state Congress chief Amrinder Singh Raja Warring apart when he tried to get near the previous celebration president. The PPCC chief was heard saying that he was making an attempt to click on a photograph of celebration employees with Rahul. Later, Warring managed to get the picture clicked.