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Rahul should take care of his constituency not the Country: Anurag Thakur

Rahul should take care of his constituency not the Country: Anurag Thakur

Amethi: The Rashtriya Ekta Yatra launched by BJYM received a grand welcome and unprecedented support in the parliamentary constituency of Congress scion Rahul Gandhi. The huge crowed in support of the Yatra was evident of the fact that the people of the country are now fed up with the so called legacy of Gandhi family. Flagging the antipeople policies of the Congress lead UPA-2 government and suggested the congress scion to give up the drama of ‘national concern’ and focus on his parliamentary constituency Amethi otherwise he would be forced to search for another political base. Expressing his serious concern on the very neglecting of Amethi in all the aspects of development, he said, “How could a leader sail the country through the turmoil who even could not improve the situation of his parliamentary constituency”

Addressing a grand public meeting in Amethi, he asked the people of the area that whether Amethi developed on their expectations. He categorically stated that the congress leaders have a history of not fulfilling the promises made to the public during election campaigns. He expresses his serious concern on the underdevelopment of Amethi and said that its shameful that the area is lags in all the development standards despite its representatives were always holding the key of political power and governance. “Had they will power of development the area would have been the crown of Uttar Pradesh. But they never did it because they were always motivated with their divisive and selfish politics,” added Thakur. Giving a strong and straight warning message to the Gandhi family Thakur said that the time is changing very fast and people are increasingly being more aware to their rights hence the divisive politics will not last longer.

In the public meeting of Jaunpur and Amethi, Thakur announced that the Yatra will never stop and will go ahead. “This Yatra is for the very honor and respect of the Tricolor and will conclude after unfurling the national flag at Lal Chowk in Kashmir.”

On the fifth day the journey started from Varanasi and reached Amethi via Jaunpur and Sultanpur. In Badlapur of Varanasi over 5,000 people attended the public meeting and extended their support to the Yatra which increased to 20,000 in Amethi, the constituency of Congress General Secretary Mr Rahul Gandhi. In Amethi, the members of the Sikh community presented a sward to Mr Thakur and gave their blessings. In the way to Amethi, a 75 year old woman came in the midway and flagged off the Yatra. She later handed over a Tricolor to Thakur and blessed him success.

Addressing a grand public meeting in Jaunpur Thakur flagged the congress on its policy of Muslim appeasement and said the wrong policies of the Congress were the main reason behind the unsolved issues of the country. “Congress is the party which can bent upto any extent to compromise for vote politics. It is witnessed by the fact it is ensuring proper rare and care of terrorists. The policy of Muslim appeasement of Congress has been exposed in the case of Afzal Guru, who is not being hang despite verdict of Supreme Court.”, added Thakur. He further asked that Why the Congress is mum on the burning issues like corruption, price-hike and terrorist. Why are they coming with the solutions of these nationwide issues to the public?

Raising the issue of Kashmir  Thakur said the youths of the country will never allow the motive of separatist to secession the Kashmir from India. “We are ready to lay all the sacrifices for Kashmir”, he added. Addressing the gathering in Amethi BJP MP and former cricketer Mr Navjot Singh Siddhu said the separatists are trying to secession the Kashmir from India but where is the Rahul and his so called army. ‘The journey is to awake the government from its deep slumber.” said the Singh. The Yatra is receiving great support in every part of the country and people are eager to shake hands with their favourite leader Anurag Thakur.

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