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Rahul targets BJP & BJD in his Bharat Jodo Nyaya Yatra in Odisha


Congress Leader Rahul Gandhi began his Bharat Jodo Nyaya Yatra in Odisha on his second day on Wednesday, targeting the BJP government at the center and the BJD government in Odisha.

Addressing gatherings during his road show near Panposh Chhak on the outskirts of Rourkela on Wednesday, Rahul attacked both Prime Minister Narendra Modi and Odisha Chief Minister Naveen Patnaik.

He said in Odisha, a partnership government of Narendra Modi and Naveen Patnaik is running now, and the Congress will fight both the BJP and the BJD in the coming elections.

Rahul said his Bharat Jodo Yatra was against the hatred being spread in the country by the BJP-RSS combine, and the Bharat Jodo Nyaya Yatra is against injustice in society.

The Congress MP slammed the Naveen Patnaik government in the state, stating that over 30 lakh people in the state have migrated to other states for work as the unemployment rate in Odisha is the highest in the country.

On the other hand, 30 crorepati businessmen outside Odisha were looting the state, and the Naveen Patnaik government had miserably failed to check the rising atrocities against tribals, Dalits, and women in the state.

Rahul said, “I have come to Odisha to listen to the people of the state, for which I have kept seven hours of time during the day.”

He thanked the people of Odisha for coming in such a large number and said, “In the bazaar of hatred, you have opened the shop of love.”

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