‘Rattled’ BJP issues ad in Kannada newspaper that ‘mischievously distorts history’: Congress

New Delhi: Congress leader Jairam Ramesh on Saturday (October 1, 2022) said the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) has placed a front page ad in a Kannada newspaper, saying the saffron party is “shocked” by the success of Rahul Gandhi’s Bharat Jodo Yatra. The ad, as usual, mischievously distorts history, Jairam Ramesh tweeted.

“Devastated by the success of Bharat Jodo Yatra, the BJP has a front page advertisement in a Kannada newspaper that mischievously twists history as usual. Savarkar posited the two-nation theory and Jinnah made sure it was implemented. Syama Prasad Mukherjee, founder of Jan Sangh, was in favor of the partition of Bengal,” the congress leader said in a tweet today.

Meanwhile, Rahul Gandhi’s Bharat Jodo Yatra entered the Karnataka polling station on Friday. Today, amid drizzle, thousands of congress workers led by their leader Rahul Gandhi resumed the Bharat Jodo yatra that went into day two in the state. The padayatra, which will travel 15 kilometers in the morning, started at 7:40 am from Tondawadi gate and is expected to enter Mysuru district within hours.

Earlier on Friday, Jairam Ramesh had said that after Bharat Jodo Yatra, “a new Rahul Gandhi and a new Congress party” have emerged.

“People asked who is ‘doing’ (breaking) Bharat for Congress to do Bharat Jodo, our answer is Mr Modi’s ideology, policy and personality who thodes Bharat. As economic inequality increases, social polarization increases and political overcentralization increases, Congress is doing this yatra,” Ramesh said.

“It has pushed the BJP and the RSS into the background and made them nervous because a new Rahul Gandhi has emerged and a new Congress party has emerged from this Bharat Jodo Yatra,” he said.

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