Ahead of the Madhya Pradesh Assembly elections that are set to take place later in the year, three 'boys' from the state of Gujarat have joined hands to work against the ruling Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP).
Ahead of the Madhya Pradesh Assembly elections that are set to take place later in the year, three ‘boys’ from the state of Gujarat have joined hands to work against the ruling Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP). Congress leader Alpesh Thakur while making an announcement about campaigning in Madhya Pradesh stated that he will soon be joined by Hardik Patel and Jignesh Mewani to campaign against CM Shivraj Singh Chouhan during the Assembly Elections. This statement was made by the Congress leader while he was on a visit to Bhopal recently. Thakur added that he will soon set up an organisation against the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) in each and every district of Madhya Pradesh, according to an ABP report.
While talking about the same, Thakur said that the organisation that will soon be set up will include people from the OBCs, SC, STs and also Muslims. These organisations will put forward all their demand along with the Congress’ manifesto that will be released a few days ahead of the elections.
This big statement by Alpesh Thakur comes after Rahul Gandhi-headed Congress witnessed some success during the Gujarat Assembly Elections. Thakur further said that he will campaign among the OBC classes in the Assembly elections and both Hardik Patel and Jignesh Mawanee will be helping him against the BJP. Thakur then went on to attack Prime Minister Narendra Modi over his ‘pakoda’ politics remark and said that PM’s people are running away from their responsibility by saying that the unemployed should sell pakodas. He added that the unemployed will never forget this statement.
Thakur then went on to say that PM Narendra Modi’s politics is breaking the country whereas Rahul Gandhi’s politics is making it. This is the time of young people like Rahul, said Thakur. The public has understood the false promises that were made by BJP and Modi, Thakur added.