BJP has no right to topple government elected by people: Rahul Gandhi- Dinamani

Congress president Rahul Gandhi has said that the BJP has no right to overthrow the government elected by the people.

Congress MP Rahul Gandhi is carrying out a nationwide pilgrimage called Bharat Jodo (Unity Walk). The pilgrimage started from Kanyakumari in Tamil Nadu and then continued to Kerala.

Today (September 30) morning, Rahul left Malappuram and reached Gudalur. He attended the evening public meeting and spoke.

Rahul Gandhi, who participated in a public meeting in Cuddalore, said: “Why should governors interfere in a state where opposition parties are in power? Are they elected by the people? What right does BJP and RSS have to overthrow the government elected by the people? BJP has been insisting that the whole country has one language and one culture. We want unity. At the same time, we value the diversity of the country.

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Every state has its own language and culture. They should be respected. The hatred and anger among the people has increased under BJP rule. Unemployment in the country and steep rise in prices are weighing on people. Farmers are greatly affected. Small and petty traders have been affected a lot.” said.

Subsequently, he will leave Gudalur tomorrow morning for a solidarity walk in the state of Karnataka.

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