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Congress Leader Sheds Light on Political Discourse and Substantive Issues

In a recent remark, a Congress leader emphasized their party’s attempts to turn the political debate toward substantive concerns, despite what they regard as their opponents’ distraction plan during the past nine years.

The speaker referred to the “Bharat Jodo Yatra,” underlining its role in shifting political discourse away from serious concerns confronting the country. They stated that this shift forces politicians like Narendra Modi and Amit Shah to address the people’s true problems.

The Congress leader claimed that the yatra, a political tour aimed at uniting India, has shifted the subject away from the established political curriculum and back into the hands of the people.

They also applauded Congress for its record of holding open presidential elections, noting that it serves as a model for other parties.

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In response to a tweet by Union Home Minister Amit Shah citing a poll that ranked Prime Minister Narendra Modi as the world’s most popular leader, the Congress leader slammed the poll as a forgery and a pre-election gimmick. They said that the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) uses such measures to avoid electoral defeat.

The leader chastised Modi for comparing himself to world leaders and advised him to focus on home issues such as inflation, unemployment, and security concerns.

In response to Union Minister Anurag Thakur’s recent criticism of the INDIA bloc over DMK leader Udhayanidhi Stalin’s remarks about Sanatan dharma, Congress leader Rahul Gandhi questioned Thakur’s silence when RSS chairman Mohan Bhagwat made comments about caste discrimination. They contended that politicians’ selective objections call into doubt their consistency.

The Congress leader referred to the INDIA bloc’s decision to ban, boycott, or blacklist many news personalities as a non-cooperation movement, highlighting their party’s stand against hate speech and divisive narratives. They asserted their right to withdraw from platforms that distribute such content.

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