Former Uttarakhand CM and senior Congress leader Harish Rawat made a big attack on the BJP late Thursday evening. Harish Rawat, who reached Haridwar, compared former Wayanad MP Rahul Gandhi with Abhimanyu, the famous character of Mahabharata, and said that he would break the cycle created by the BJP.
Former Chief Minister Harish Rawat reached the VIP Ghat at Har Ki Pauri in Haridwar and handed over his application to Mother Ganga in connection with the allegations leveled by the players on former Wrestling Federation of India (WFI) President Brij Bhushan Sharan Singh. This application was given to Harish Rawat by the players from Haryana, handing it over to Ganga, he said that the world is watching the humiliation of the players who won gold medals for the country. These are the same players who have made India proud all over the world. Today the central government is treating them like enemies. Former CM Rawat said that the central government should immediately remove Brij Bhushan Singh from his post.
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Harish Rawat further said that the Congress will soon start a campaign in favor of these sportspersons from the banks of the Ganges. Commenting on the completion of 9 years of the central government, Harish Rawat said that these years have proved to be not of achievements but of weaknesses. Today our country has lagged behind in many matters including unemployment, inflation and corruption and this time the public will give a befitting reply to the BJP government. It may be noted that the wrestlers have been on strike for a long time at Jantar Mantar in the national capital, Delhi. Wrestlers are constantly demanding the arrest of BJP MP Wrestling Association President Brij Bhushan Sharan Singh in the sexual harassment case. A few days ago, he went to Haridwar on the pretext of his medal in the Ganges. But later he handed it over to farmer leader Rakesh Tikait.
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