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A video clip from Rahul Gandhi shows how the media changed from praising him to attacking him

Gandhi shared a 2.15-minute clip on Sunday claiming that he had revealed the truth about how the media portrayed him and how it turned from praise in the beginning to personal attacks now.

Gandhi posted the video clip on social media, ‘What is the real truth about my media image’, saying the truth finally came out even though thousands of crores had been spent destroying his image.

“From the moment I entered politics in 2004 to 2008-09, the entire media of India praised me. After that, I brought up two land acquisition issues – Niyamgiri and Bhatta Parsaul. This whole media tamasha started the moment I raised the issue of land and defended poor people’s rights on their lands,” he says in the video clip, which also shows images from his ongoing Bharat Jodo Yatra.

“After we enacted the Panchayats (Extension to Scheduled Areas) Act for Adivasis, enacted the forest rights act, and passed the land acquisition bill, everybody started writing against me,” he said.

Through the Constitution, India’s assets were transferred from the maharajas to the people, but the BJP wants to reverse that. “Your assets have been snatched away and are being asked to be returned to the maharajas,” he said.

The work will be much easier if India’s people, tribals and poor stand together, but if they remain divided, it’s impossible.

Currently, Gandhi is doing the Bharat Jodo Yatra from Kanyakumari to Kashmir.

“They spent thousands of crores to destroy my image, and now people think it’s hurting me,” he said in the video clip. That’s the beauty of it: it doesn’t work. There’s no stopping the truth from poking its ugly head out here and there. In other words, they are giving me strength by destroying my image. It’s impossible to hide or suppress the truth. “When you fight with big powers, you’re going to get attacked personally,” he said.

As far as he’s concerned, personal attacks against him show he’s doing something right when they happen.

When there’s a personal attack on me, I know I’m on the right track. In a way, this is my guru because it tells me I have to go this way. If I’m moving forward in my fight, then everything’s okay,” he claimed in the video.

Rajasthan welcomed the Bharat Jodo Yatra on Sunday, which will cover 3,570 km and end in January.


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