THIRUVANANTHAPURAM, Sep. 13, 2022 (TBINN)
Elections can be won with hatred, violence and anger, but these cannot solve the socio-economic problems facing the country and the Bharatiya Janata Party has proven this, Congress’ leader Rahul Gandhi claimed on Monday as the Bharat jodo yatra led by him concluded its second day in Kerala.
Buoyed by the encouraging turnout of people, whose numbers increased as the march progressed during the day, lining the streets and joining the procession in thousands, Rahul Gandhi attacked B.J.P. by alleging that the Saffron Party has proved that hatred can be used politically and to win polls, but cannot generate employment.
Meanwhile, juge turnout lined up in Kerala for Rahul’s yatra. He further claimed that an atmosphere of anger and hatred is being generated in the country by a particular ideology which is directly opposed to the spirit of working together and harmony in Kerala and without such a spirit India cannot achieve anything. You can win elections with hatred, violence and anger, but you cannot do anything for the country with that. That is what B.J.P. has proven. But you will not solve the problem of unemployment or that of high prices with anger, he underlined.
It cannot be done, Rahul said addressing a crowd of thousands at Kazhakoottam in Thiruvananthapuram where the yatra ended for the day after completing 100 kilometers since September 7, 2022 when it commenced from Kanyakumari in Tamil Nadu to traverse 3,570 kilometers and reach Kashmir.