- The sustainability of MSMEs is difficult in India – Rahul
- Congress will act as a guard of Indian Constitution
One can find a massive difference in AICC General Secretary Rahul Gandhi’s speech before ‘Bharat Jodo Yatra’ (BJY) and after. His speech in 85th AICC plenary session in Raipur, capital of Chattisgarh, on February 25 was very impressive. The interaction with the lakhs of people in BJY changed his body language. The AICC delegates who attended from Telangana and Andhra Pradesh are very much impressed with his speech.
Rahul Gandhi, who quoted world famous Greek philosopher Plato, said that the ruler of the country should be a philosopher for the good of the people and the country. “The situation in the country under the rule of Prime Minister Narendra Modi has been worst. There is a situation not only Congress party but also many of the regional parties are unable to sustain in the country”, he said.
Rahul assured that Congress and its workers will shield the Constitution of India as protectors and it should be their prime duty. On BJY, he said, “In the initial days of BJY, I used to talk to myself while interacting with the people who met me. After a couple of days, I started hearing the voice of the people not only about their experiences, difficulties and voices but also with their touches with their fingers, hands, feels and hearts. It gave me enough information about the people”.
Rahul said that the sustainability of MSMEs (Micro, Small and Medium Industries) in the country is doubtful. About 73 percent of country’s money was in the hands of 27 corporate houses. “From Kanyakumari to Kashmir, there are no differences among the people of various religions, communities, sects, various age groups, farmers, mothers and professionals. Efforts are on to divide the people by all means for vested interests”, he said.
CLP leader Mallu Bhatti Vikramarka said, “Rahul Gandhi spoke like a philosopher and the rank and file of Congress party gets energy with his speech. The AICC plenary gives a good direction to the party”.
Khammam town Congress president Javed Mahammad said that allocating fifty percent of the seats to the workers of below 50 years age is a milestone decision. All sections including women, youth, BCs, minorities and other weaker sections will be covered by it.