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Opposition Leaders Rally for Change, Target BJP in Bihar Ahead of 2024 Polls

Opposition leaders, including Rahul Gandhi, rallied together at the Jan Vishwas maha rally in Bihar’s capital Patna, sounding the poll bugle with a unified call to “Desh Bachao, BJP Hatao” (Save the country, Remove BJP) ahead of the 2024 Lok Sabha elections. Rahul Gandhi, representing the Indian National Developmental Inclusive Alliance (INDIA), emphasized Bihar’s significance as the political nerve center of India, asserting that transformational changes in the country often originate from Bihar.

Gandhi underscored the ongoing ideological battle in the nation, contrasting the BJP’s divisive tactics with the opposition’s message of “love amidst hatred.” He criticized the BJP for fostering hatred, violence, and arrogance, while advocating for love, respect, and brotherhood.

Addressing economic and social injustices, Gandhi condemned the Modi government’s neglect of Dalits and backward classes, accusing it of favoring a select few at the expense of the majority. He highlighted the plight of Agniveers, underscoring the disparity in treatment and opportunities faced by marginalized sections of society.

Congress president Mallikarjun Kharge lambasted Bihar Chief Minister Nitish Kumar for his political flip-flops, cautioning against aligning with him in the future. He praised Tejashwi Yadav’s efforts in job creation during his tenure as deputy CM, urging him to steer clear of opportunistic alliances.

RJD supremo Lalu Prasad Yadav and his son Tejashwi Yadav targeted Nitish Kumar with sharp jibes, emphasizing his wavering political stance. Tejashwi invoked a Bollywood song to mock Kumar’s inconsistency, while Lalu Prasad ridiculed the Prime Minister for his comments on dynastic politics.

The rally also saw participation from leaders like Akhilesh Yadav, Sitaram Yechury, D Raja, and Dipankar Bhattacharya, who criticized the Modi government’s policies and hailed Tejashwi Yadav’s focus on job creation.

In response, BJP spokesperson Nikhil Anand downplayed the rally’s impact, labeling it a failed attempt at image makeover. JD(U) chief spokesperson Neeraj Kumar accused Tejashwi Yadav of perpetuating dynasty politics, suggesting that the RJD’s inclusive facade masked its underlying familial dominance.

As opposition leaders unite in Bihar, the political landscape braces for intensified rhetoric and strategic maneuvering ahead of the pivotal 2024 elections.

Rajan Shukla

Rajan Shukla

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