Rahul Gandhi showed Veer Savarkar's letter during Bharat Jodo Yatra and said- Gandhi and Sardar Patel were betrayed due to fear of British
In the midst of Bharat Jodo Yatra, today Rahul Gandhi targeted BJP and RSS fiercely by showing Veer Savarkar's letter. He said that due to the fear of the British, Veer Savarkar betrayed Mahatma Gandhi, Sardar Patel and other leaders.
Leaders of many opposition parties, including the Congress, keep quoting Veer Savarkar's letter and making various allegations. On the other hand, former Congress President and MP Rahul Gandhi targeted the BJP and the Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh by referring to Veer Savarkar in the Akola press conference of Maharashtra during Bharat Jodo Yatra. Showing a document, he called it Veer Savarkar's letter. Rahul Gandhi while reading the letter said that Veer Savarkar in a letter to the British said: "Sir, I beg to remain your most obedient servant, which he has also signed."
Along with this, Rahul Gandhi said that when Savarkar signed this paper, his reason was fear. If he was not afraid, he would never have signed and when he signed, he betrayed Mahatma Gandhi, Sardar Patel and other leaders.
Responding to media questions, Rahul Gandhi said that "An atmosphere of fear, hatred and violence is being spread in India for the last 8 years. BJP leaders do not talk to the farmers. They do not talk to the youth because if they If had talked to him, he would have come to know that the farmers and the youth are unable to see the way forward. Along with this, he said that "Unemployment is spreading in the country, inflation is spreading and neither the farmers are getting the right price, due to which we have started the Bharat Jodo Yatra."
Rahul Gandhi was asked whether the opposition is weak. Responding to this he said that "BJP has control over the press, controls institutions and exerts pressure on the judiciary. The talk of the opposition being weak is not true. If you ask the people on the ground, then the matter is different there. "