Tiranga rally politics intensified over BJP targets opposition parties

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Tiranga Rally

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  • Government program was made a political program – Adhir Ranjan
  • Rahul Gandhi loves his vote bank not only for the country: Manoj Tiwari

Tiranga Rally : Politics has intensified on the tricolor yatra of MPs in Delhi. MPs of opposition parties including Congress did not participate in this yatra. Many big leaders of Congress including Rahul Gandhi did not take part in this yatra. Instead of participating in the tricolor yatra, these people put a picture of their DP former PM Jawaharlal Nehru. In which he is seen holding the tricolor in his hands.

None of the opposition MPs participated in the tricolor yatra

At the same time, BJP has targeted the opposition’s distance from the tricolor yatra. BJP leaders have accused all opposition parties, including Rahul Gandhi, of appeasement politics. This tricolor yatra was organized by the Ministry of Culture and invitations were sent to all the MPs of the country to take part in it, but none of the opposition MPs participated in this yatra.

Rahul Gandhi loves his vote bank, not the country: Manoj Tiwari

At the same time, Union Minister Prahlad Joshi said- ‘We are celebrating 75 years of India’s independence and in this context it is our aim to hoist the tricolor in every house. We had called everyone in the tricolor rally but still if the opposition does not come, we cannot say anything. We don’t want to do politics in this. Attacking Rahul Gandhi, BJP MP Manoj Tiwari said that if Rahul had joined the yatra, his stature would have increased but his absence shows that he loves his vote bank, not the country. BJP MP from Gorakhpur Ravi Kishan questioned the opposition MPs not participating in the tricolor yatra. Ravi Kishan said that the opposition is not giving up the politics of appeasement yet.

If the government program was made a political program – Adhir Ranjan

At the same time, Congress MP Adhir Ranjan Chowdhury said that we will not participate in BJP’s government program if it is made a political programme. He said- ‘A disgusting conspiracy is happening today against the newspaper which came out during the freedom struggle. We will do our program, how do we join BJP’s political agenda? If the government program is made a political programme, we will not participate in it.

Congress leaders put DP with Nehru’s picture with tricolor in hand

Several party leaders, including former Congress President Rahul Gandhi and party general secretary Priyanka Gandhi Vadra, on Wednesday posted a picture of the country’s first Prime Minister Pandit Jawaharlal Nehru holding the tricolor in his hand as a DP (display picture) on their social media profiles. Former Congress President Rahul Gandhi tweeted after posting a DP with Nehru’s picture in his hand, “The pride of the country is our tricolor, in the heart of every Hindustani, our tricolor.” Party General Secretary Priyanka Gandhi tweeted the same picture. DP and said, “Victory world tricolor lovely, flag high ours.” Congress has also put the same picture as DP on its official Twitter handle.

RSS did not hoist the flag in the headquarters for 52 years: Jairam Ramesh

Congress General Secretary Jairam Ramesh has also put the same picture as DP. He tweeted, “While hoisting the flag on the banks of the Ravi river in the Lahore session of 1929, Pandit Nehru said ‘Once again you have to remember that this flag has now been hoisted. As long as not a single Indian man, woman, child is alive, this tricolor should not be bowed. The countrymen did the same.” He said, “We are putting the picture of our leader Nehru as a DP with the tricolor in his hand. But it seems the message of the Prime Minister did not reach his family only. Those who did not hoist the flag at their headquarters in Nagpur for 52 years, will they listen to the Prime Minister?’

Input-Pawan Slogan, Agency

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