In a renewed offensive, Rahul Gandhi, a prominent leader of the Congress party, rekindled his ‘corrupt CM’ accusation against Himanta Sarma as the Bharat Jodo Nyay Yatra pressed forward in Assam. The Yatra, which faced a hurdle in entering Guwahati a day earlier, resumed from Barpeta, with Gandhi and other Congress leaders defiantly pushing ahead despite the challenges.
The Assam Police took a stringent stance against Rahul Gandhi and key Congress figures, booking them on various charges including violence, provocation, damage to public property, and assault on police personnel. The legal actions underscore the heightened tensions surrounding the Yatra and the confrontations between Congress leaders and law enforcement.
Wednesday’s continuation of the Bharat Jodo Nyay Yatra marked a significant chapter in the unfolding political drama, as Rahul Gandhi persisted in his criticism of Himanta Sarma, the focus of the ‘corrupt CM’ narrative. The Yatra’s progression serves as a platform for the Congress leader to articulate his grievances and rally support against perceived corruption within the Assam government.
The roadblock encountered in Guwahati did not deter the resolve of Rahul Gandhi and his fellow Congress leaders, with the Yatra gaining momentum as it delves further into Assam. The legal challenges faced by the leaders add a layer of complexity to the unfolding political narrative, creating a dynamic environment as the Congress intensifies its campaign.
As the Bharat Jodo Nyay Yatra unfolds, the clash between Rahul Gandhi and the Assam government, led by Himanta Sarma, takes center stage. The accusations of corruption and the legal repercussions faced by Congress leaders amplify the political tension, shaping the discourse in Assam and garnering attention on the national stage.