Congress president Mallikarjun Kharge
There are elections in Rajasthan on 25th November, but before that, politics has intensified regarding caste equation of votes. While PM Narendra Modi reached Tejaji temple to woo the Jat vote bank, Congress National President Mallikarjun Kharge and CM Ashok Gehlot reached SMS Hospital in Jaipur to influence the Dalit vote bank. Dalit officer Harshadhipati Valmiki has been admitted for the last 20 months after being assaulted by his MLA and current BJP candidate Girraj Singh Malinga. Many political meanings are being inferred from the meeting of Kharge and Gehlot with Harshadhipati.
Girraj Singh Malinga became MLA by winning from Bari assembly seat of Dholpur on Congress ticket. The domineering MLA vented out his arrogance on the electricity employee Harshadhipati Valmiki to such an extent that he caused about 2 dozen fractures in his body by hitting him with chairs. Valmiki cannot walk right now. After meeting him, Kharge and Gehlot targeted BJP for giving ticket to Malinga. Due to which politics became heated.
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At the time of the incident, the opposition had played a role, the ruling party had maintained silence, but now as soon as Malinga got the ticket from BJP, the top and local leadership of the Congress party has made efforts to woo the Dalit vote bank which plays a decisive role in the politics there. The convoy moved towards SMS Hospital. The Congress President reached the hospital with his entire army and met Harshadhipati and the victim’s family. After this he targeted BJP.
Kharge called BJP anti-Dalit
After leaving the hospital, Congress President Mallikarjun Kharge attacked BJP and said that BJP is actually anti-Dalit. If Congress had been anti-Dalit, so many laws would not have been made to protect them. The laws that Baba Saheb Ambedkar and Pandit Jawahar Lal Nehru have made together for Dalits do not exist. In effect, they (BJP) were never with the Dalits. He has only one objective and that is to carry out the agenda of RSS. He never did anything for the poor and Dalits.
BJP has written a dark chapter in politics. First you criticized the person who carried out this incident and then you gave the ticket to the same person. This is an example of how far BJP can stoop in its attempt to form the government. Kharge Saheb and Rahul Gandhi ji took the stand that the MLA who carried out the incident will not get the ticket at any cost.
After some time PM also reached Nagaur
On the other hand, after some time with these questions, PM Narendra Modi reached Nagaur in Rajasthan, here CM Gehlot and Kharge were trying to garner Dalit votes, and there PM Modi appealed to the people to garner the Jat community, the big vote bank of western and central Rajasthan. Knocked at the temple of Deity Tajaji Maharaj. After offering prayers to Tejaji, the PM left for the election meeting.
The meaning is clear that only by doing this mathematics of castes one gets the key to power. Therefore, while Modi lashed out at the government in the meeting, the local BJP leaders decided to siege the Chief Minister’s questions by raising new questions. Minister Hardeep Singh Puri, who had come from the Centre, also started lashing out at Kharge, expressing his ignorance about Malinga’s incident.
The victim’s family is not happy with the politicization of the case.
On one hand, political parties are busy in creating equations for their own benefit, while on the other hand, the victim’s family alleges that when Harshadhipati Valmiki was assaulted, even the ruling party did nothing and the party which carried out the incident gave it the ticket. Gave. The family appeared saddened by the politicization of their pain.
While Congress disappointed Malinga, who was in the race for the ticket before the elections, BJP rewarded him for joining the party by giving him a ticket on the very second day of his inclusion in the party. Malinga, who was a favorite of Ashok Gehlot, changed parties and the tone of Congress also changed.
Letter written to PM to remove Malinga
On top of that, whenever BJP gave ticket to Malinga, the Dalit community got angry, after which the people of the society wrote a letter to Prime Minister Narendra Modi demanding the removal of Malinga. In such a situation, CM Gehlot has played a big gamble to bring the Dalit community towards Congress. At present, both the parties are busy in exploiting the Dalit vote bank under the guise of Malinga, but it is the public who knows everything.
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