Rahul Gandhi said that the government is afraid of its record of inflation, unemployment and non-fulfilment of election promises. By the end of the evening, the BJP leaders themselves confirmed the words of Rahul Gandhi.
On Friday, the Congress protested on the question of inflation and unemployment. But before that the strong reaction shown by the government was astonishing. After all, what is the government afraid of Congress, which has similarly low morale? That is why one thing that Rahul Gandhi said in his press conference before starting the protest in Delhi, caught attention. Rahul Gandhi said that the government is afraid of the truth of the country. She fears rising inflation- unemployment and her record of not keeping election promises. By the end of the evening, the BJP leaders themselves confirmed the words of Rahul Gandhi. Home Minister Amit Shah took over the command. He made an issue of the black belt of Congress leaders and called it a sign of minority appeasement. Shah said that is why the Congress chose that day to protest – August 5 – the day the foundation stone of the Ram temple was laid in Ayodhya. Since she could not openly oppose the temple, her leaders wore black bands on the pretext of inflation and unemployment.
So it’s clear. The present government does not want the discussion to reach from anywhere towards the real issues related to everyday life. If the matter is focused on caste-religion or emotional issues, then the threads of the plot remain in the hands of the BJP. That’s why she keeps on raising such issues constantly. Its opponents keep their forces in reaction to it, but in reality, the motive of the BJP is served by it. But this will change if those questions come up in the discussion, where the government has nothing but false narratives to present. That is why the government constantly veils the figures or if a foreign agency releases a report, it reacts furiously. The government is probably also worried that Rahul Gandhi and the Congress may indeed go on a nationwide padyatra from October 2 on real questions. In such a situation, Gandhi’s apprehension is correct that the attack on him and the Congress will intensify.