“This is how opposition is treated in Parliament”, after which Rahul Gandhi’s mic went off. “This is how opposition is treated in Parliament”, after which Rahul Gandhi’s mic went off

Rahul Gandhi addresses a public meeting in Nanded, Maharashtra. - India TV Hindi News

Rahul Gandhi addressing a public meeting in Nanded, Maharashtra.

These days Rahul Gandhi is in Maharashtra on India Jodo Yatra. Rahul Gandhi was addressing a public meeting in Nanded, Maharashtra on Wednesday 9 November. During this, he switched off his mic and told the public to see what happens to the opposition leaders in Parliament. Rahul Gandhi, turning off his mic, said that we had to start the Bharat Jodo Yatra because the media is not in a position to expose us and the same has always happened here with the opposition in Parliament.

After turning off the mike, Rahul Gandhi kept on speaking and then he turned on his mike. He said that at least we have control here but in Parliament it is closed in two minutes. We just sit and watch. If the opposition wants to speak on demonetisation, the mike is switched off, if they want to talk on Chinese infiltration, the mike is switched off. We keep shouting whatever we want to say but no one is there to listen.

Center targeted over Agneepath scheme

Rahul Gandhi targeted the BJP government’s Agneepath scheme and said that you serve the country for 4 years, after that you are not a patriot. After 4 years, leave your job and sit at home, here is Agniveer. Modi ji says there is no Chinese infiltration. Then why are you talking about the Indian side and the Chinese side.

Rahul’s message to youth

Giving a message to the youth, Rahul Gandhi said that the youth need not be afraid of anything. Narendra Modi and RSS so there is no need to be afraid of anything. I am saying this because if you are not afraid of anything then you cannot hate anyone. The Bharat Jodo Yatra had entered Maharashtra on Monday (November 7). NCP leaders Sharad Pawar, Suprita Sule, Jayant Patil and Shiv Sena leader Aaditya Thackeray will join Bharat Jodo Yatra today.

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