“40 percent commission is being stolen in Karnataka, neither PM nor CM took any action,” Rahul Gandhi attacks bjp says 40 percent commission is being stolen neither PM nor Karnataka CM took any a

Congress leader Rahul Gandhi during the party's Bharat Jodo Yatra - India TV Hindi News

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Congress leader Rahul Gandhi during the party’s Bharat Jodo Yatra

Highlights

  • Second day of Bharat Jodi Yatra in Karnataka
  • Rahul addressed at Kalale Gate in Karnataka
  • Rahul said – 40% commission is being stolen in the state

Congress leader Rahul Gandhi while addressing a public meeting at Kalale Gate in Karnataka said that Karnataka Contractors Association has written to the Prime Minister that 40% commission is being evaded in Karnataka. But the PM did not take any action on it. Rahul Gandhi said that 40 percent commission was taken from 13000 school associations, but neither the Prime Minister nor the CM has taken any action.

“All the money is going to one organization”

Rahul Gandhi attacked BJP at Kalale Gate in Karnataka saying that today no youth can get job in Karnataka. During his address, Rahul said that despite 2.5 lakh vacancies in government jobs, no youth is getting jobs in Karnataka. Rahul said that there is police sub-inspector scam, KPSC scam, assistant professor scam in universities, but no action is being taken as all the money goes to one organisation.

Second day of Bharat Jodi Yatra in Karnataka
Let us inform that after being interrupted for a while due to rain, the ‘Bharat Jodo Yatra’ started under the leadership of Congress leader Rahul Gandhi on Saturday morning, in which a large number of people took part. According to Congress sources, Rahul Gandhi was supposed to start his march at 6.30 am, though it was delayed by about 45 minutes. After the rain stopped, Gandhi started his foot march from Tondwadi Gate and reached Kalale Gate at Gundlupet in Chamarajanagar district.

Rahul Gandhi was accompanied by former Chief Minister Siddaramaiah, his MLA son Yatindra Siddaramaiah, Congress state president DK Shivakumar, HC Mahadevappa, MB Patil, KJ George and Priyank Kharge. The former Congress president had reached Gundlupet in Karnataka from Gudlur in neighboring Tamil Nadu on Friday morning. Rahul will spend 21 days covering a distance of 511 km in the state during his journey. The Yatra started from Kanyakumari on 7th September and will reach Jammu on 30th January 2023.

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