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Kanhaiya Kumar takes a dig at the ruling party, shows huge turnout at Patna Unity Rally

Sabrang Staff 25 Oct 2018
Kanhaiya Kumar, a CPI candidate said that the politicians who have buried the issues of jobs, education and farmers under scams and riots need to be ousted from power. 

Kanhaiya Kumar

Patna: A huge turnout was witnessed in Gandhi Maidan at Patna on Thursday in the ongoing mega unity rally organised by the Opposition parties. Kanhaiya Kumar, a CPI candidate being fielded from Begusarai, tweeted about the mass turnout and how the farmers and students alike were going to blow the lid off the corruption of the ruling NDA dispensation.
 
In his tweets, he said that the people will tell the ruling party that it is going to be ruled by the constitution and not by the greed of a handful of rich people and their agents. “The politicians who have buried the issues of jobs, education and farmers under scams and riots need to be ousted from power,” he tweeted.


 

 

CPI had alleged on Wednesday that there was a plot to kill Kanhaiya at Thursday’s rally.
 
“We are saying with full responsibility that the BJP and other fascist forces are conspiring to murder Kanhaiya. The attack on him and his supporters at Bhagwanpur in Begusarai was pre-planned, at the behest of a BJP MLC,” CPI state secretary Satya Narayan Singh said. Singh said the reason behind it is that the BJP is unnerved by Kanhaiya’s rising popularity among the masses,” reported Telegraph.
 
“The Grand Alliance leaders — from the Congress, the RJD and the HAM(S) — vowed to uproot the NDA governments at the Centre and in the state. They came down heavily on the two governments, alleging that both the dispensations failed on all fronts, especially in taming price rise, corruption and crime,” reported Economic Times on Sunday where an event was organised by the grand alliance to show their unity against NDA and BJP.

 

Kanhaiya Kumar takes a dig at the ruling party, shows huge turnout at Patna Unity Rally

Kanhaiya Kumar, a CPI candidate said that the politicians who have buried the issues of jobs, education and farmers under scams and riots need to be ousted from power. 

Kanhaiya Kumar

Patna: A huge turnout was witnessed in Gandhi Maidan at Patna on Thursday in the ongoing mega unity rally organised by the Opposition parties. Kanhaiya Kumar, a CPI candidate being fielded from Begusarai, tweeted about the mass turnout and how the farmers and students alike were going to blow the lid off the corruption of the ruling NDA dispensation.
 
In his tweets, he said that the people will tell the ruling party that it is going to be ruled by the constitution and not by the greed of a handful of rich people and their agents. “The politicians who have buried the issues of jobs, education and farmers under scams and riots need to be ousted from power,” he tweeted.


 

 

CPI had alleged on Wednesday that there was a plot to kill Kanhaiya at Thursday’s rally.
 
“We are saying with full responsibility that the BJP and other fascist forces are conspiring to murder Kanhaiya. The attack on him and his supporters at Bhagwanpur in Begusarai was pre-planned, at the behest of a BJP MLC,” CPI state secretary Satya Narayan Singh said. Singh said the reason behind it is that the BJP is unnerved by Kanhaiya’s rising popularity among the masses,” reported Telegraph.
 
“The Grand Alliance leaders — from the Congress, the RJD and the HAM(S) — vowed to uproot the NDA governments at the Centre and in the state. They came down heavily on the two governments, alleging that both the dispensations failed on all fronts, especially in taming price rise, corruption and crime,” reported Economic Times on Sunday where an event was organised by the grand alliance to show their unity against NDA and BJP.

 

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