Cong on minister’s continuation on 1st anniversary of Lakhimpur Kheri violence is truly insulting
On Monday’s first anniversary of the Lakhimpur Kheri violence, the Congress slammed the Modi government over the continuing of Ajay Misra “Teni'” as minister. Minister, as it pointed out, the alleged involvement of the suspected involvement of Son of the minister in the mowing down of farmers who were protesting against three farm laws which have been repealed.
“Nothing could be more, or ruining farmers protesting against the laws of black were deliberately executed while the perpetrator remains an active member of the Union council of ministers.” Congress general secretary Jairam Ramesh said to reporters.
There was clear that the minister’s son had been involved in the murder, He claimed.
The son of Misra’s Ashish Misra was arrested in the incident following the crushing of four farm workers by the wheels of the group of cars. Your others and two BJP employees were killed in what appeared to be violent retaliation.
In a press conference, Ramesh also praised Rahul Gandhi’s remarks to the people of Karnataka when heavy rains fell on him, calling it a “defining” moment in the Congress the ongoing Bharat Jodo Yatra.
It was a historic day that showed the support of people to the yatra, he added. If the media acknowledged Gandhi and the people, better the impact would become, he said.
Congress Delegates who are participating in the march could be able to vote in the election for the party’s president using the postal voting system, he explained, in addition to the possibility that they could travel to Bengaluru for voting on the 17th of October. The yatra is expected to pass through Karnataka at the same time.
Ramesh declared that the support of the people for the yatra had rattled the BJP and also slammed the Enforcement Directorate’s request for Karnataka Congress president D K Shivakumar in the National Herald case as a continuation of the government’s “vendetta politics”.
All efforts will be put in to stop the yatra, but Congress will not stop its efforts, he added.
A BJP MP’s suggestion that Naxals might be behind the yatra was an attempt in the same vein that the Congress leader claimed in response to a question. He dismissed the allegation as being “bogus”.
In announcing the support of people for the yatras in party-ruled Karnataka, the BJP-ruled state, he stated that people are seeking change and see Congress as a means to achieve this.
The report said that Congress might have trouble getting support from the state, but it is difficult to imagine it happening while the BJP is in trouble right now, Ramesh claimed. Karnataka is scheduled to vote in the assembly elections in the first quarter of next year.
The Congress also unveiled an app for the Bharat Jodo Yatra. Anyone can participate by registering on the app, the congressman said.
Congress, the president Sonia Gandhi, will join the yatra in Mandya on the 6th of October, He declared.
The Congress president was in Mysuru on Monday afternoon to attend the ongoing Bharat Jodo Yatra that is taking place in Karnataka.
Rahul Gandhi is likely to hold a press conference on the 7th of October. He said the former leader of the party is not planning to visit the nation’s capital. Ramesh said that the fourth and fifth of October would be days of rest for the yatra because of the Dussehra festivities.
Congress also reiterated its support for the Congress and brought out its commitment to the Samyukta Kisan Morcha, which was the main force behind the farmers’ protest against three laws governing agriculture and its demands for a legally binding guarantee of the minimum price of support for farm products.
In response to protests, the government eliminated the laws.
He said the government is seeking to minimize the involvement of the public in the agricultural sector to make more room for private companies.