21 Jan 2024

Bharat Jodo Nyay Yatra: Why Rahul Gandhi felt sad after interaction with two young sailors?

Rahul Gandhi's Bharat Jodo Nyay Yatra has reached Arunachal Pradesh from Assam. Earlier, in Assam, Rahul met and had a short interaction with Deepak and Pratap, two hard-working young sailors while traveling to the Brahmaputra river.

Rahul asked them if they ever thought of buying their own boat?

Rahul said was sad to hear that even after 10 years of hard work, even the thought of buying their own boat was far away from them.

Rahul said their story forces us to think why a worker cannot dream of becoming a boss? After all, why does this system push the weak back instead of strengthening them?

We all have to come together and create a system where dreams blossom in the eyes of every class, even the poorest of the poor get fair opportunities and workers and young entrepreneurs become businessmen and create new jobs.

We have to do justice to the aspirations of crores of youth like Deepak and Pratap, by giving birth to a system which does not suppress the backward people, but becomes their strength and uplifts them, Rahul added.

In Arunachal Pradesh, Rahul said, we will continue to connect state by state, and make the voice of rights louder. Just as a building is built by joining bricks, similarly a just India will be built only by uniting the country. The faith of the country's children in this spirit is a sign of a better, progressive future – a sign of the establishment of an India of justice.

Rahul met representatives of various communities and organizations. He said in Assam, he met representatives of the Tai  Ahom community, whose main demand is Scheduled Tribe status, which the BJP government promised but did not fulfill.

During the meeting with the civil society organization in Arunachal Pradesh, many issues were discussed with the groups of environmentalists, women's rights and transgender activists.

Also met Toko Teki ji from Arunachal Pradesh Olympic Association, which represents players denied recognition by China.

Rahul said he listened deeply to everyone, and understood their needs - communication is the first step towards achieving justice.

Rahul said corruption, unemployment and inflation are at their peak in Arunachal Pradesh. You pay tax, but you do not get its benefit. There are potholes in the road, there is no road.

Rahul said our aim is to listen to your heart's voice and difficulties and then raise it in Parliament and tell it to the country.

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