Rahul Gandhi Highlights INDIA Bloc's Role in Preventing BJP from 'Stealing Popular Mandate' in Jharkhand
Anurima Das -
As his Bharat Jodo Nyay Yatra entered Jharkhand, Gandhi, accompanied by Chief Minister Champai Soren, denounced the BJP's efforts, asserting that despite their "money power and probe agencies," the Congress remains unafraid and committed to combating the ruling party's "divisive ideology."
Rahul Gandhi's Bharat Jodo Nyay Yatra Set to Enter Odisha on February 6
Siddhant Kumar -
Patnaik shared details of the yatra schedule, stating, "Gandhi is scheduled to reach Birmitrapur in Sundargarh district tentatively on February 6 night. A road show of Gandhi will be organized in Rourkela, from Rajgangpur to Sundargarh via Bargaon, Uttara. Gandhi will then reach Jharsuguda where he is likely to have the night halt on February 7.
Rahul's claim that Bihar caste survey done under Cong pressure nonsensical, says Nitish Kumar
Ashlin Rajan -
In response to Rahul Gandhi's remarks during a public rally in Purnea district, Kumar stated, "His claim that the caste survey in the state was done under pressure from the Congress is nonsensical. Everybody knows that the initiative was taken by me only. Now, people are taking credit."
Rahul Gandhi-Led 'Bharat Jodo Nyay Yatra' Set to Re-enter Journey in Bengal on Wednesday
Ashlin Rajan -
The re-entry into West Bengal will occur through Debipur, Ratua, located in the Malda district's northern part, around 11:15 am, according to party leaders.
Nitish Kumar Commissioned Caste Survey Under Pressure from Cong-RJD; BJP Provided Exit Strategy, Reveals Rahul
Anurima Das -
Gandhi highlighted the demand for a caste census for social justice, comparing it to an X-ray of society. He emphasized the under-representation of OBCs in bureaucracy, corporate houses, and media. The Congress leader accused Nitish Kumar of compromising with the BJP against social justice, following pressure to conduct a caste survey.
'Bharat Jodo Nyay Yatra' Set to Enter Bihar, Marking Rahul's Return to the State After Nearly 2 Years
Ashlin Rajan -
Gandhi's visit to Bihar follows closely on the heels of a significant development where former ally Nitish Kumar, the Chief Minister of Bihar, rejoined the BJP-led NDA, leaving the Congress in a challenging position.
Rahul Gandhi's Nyay Yatra Resumes its Journey in West Bengal
Ashlin Rajan -
After spending the night in Sonapur, Rahul ji initiated the day's journey at 8 am, and as of now, he is in Islampur, where he is expected to deliver a speech to a gathered audience.
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