‘I want to do politics of love’: Rahul Gandhi recalls Bharat Jodo Yatra at Jabalpur East rally

“People from Madhya Pradesh go to Nagpur for treatment. But after our government is formed, no one will need to go anywhere, you will get better treatment facilities right here,” promised Rahul Gandhi.

Rahul Gandhi addressed a public meeting in favour of Congress party in Jabalpur East at Kanchghar Chowk Madhya Pradesh Assembly elections. Rahul Gandhi reached Jabalpur with the aim of seeking votes. Here in Jabalpur, Rahul Gandhi recalled his padyatra Bharat Jodo Yatra and said he wants to do politics of love.

“The biggest loss to the country is caused by violence and hatred. With your help I did ‘Bharat Jodo Yatra’ because I want to do politics of love. I am a patriot, so I know that hatred weakens the country. That’s why I gave the slogan – I am opening a shop of love in the market of hatred.” said Rahul Gandhi attacking BJP.

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Rahul Gandhi also lashed out at Union Minister Narendra Singh Tomar over his son’s alleged viral video. He said: “You all must have seen the viral video of Narendra Singh Tomar ji’s son. There is talk of transactions worth crores of rupees. But, Modi ji did not say anything about this, did not get any investigation done, did not send CBI or IT.”

Rahul Gandhi further raised his current favourite issue of caste-census and said that only one officer in Madhya Pradesh is from OBC category. “Modi ji says that there is OBC government in Madhya Pradesh. Out of 53 officers of Madhya Pradesh, only 1 officer belongs to OBC category. Therefore, caste based calculation is necessary in Madhya Pradesh, because jiski jitni aabadi, uska utna hak.”

 

Further, Rahul Gandhi promised better health facility for public if voted to power.

“People from Madhya Pradesh go to Nagpur for treatment. But after our government is formed, no one will need to go anywhere, you will get better treatment facilities right here,” promised Rahul Gandhi.

“What I say, I do,” said Rahul Gandhi.

Elections in Madhya Pradesh are scheduled to take place on November 17, in a single phase, followed by the counting of votes and decalartion of results on December 3.