Sonia Gandhi Urged People To Vote Against Government, Says ‘Mahagathabandhan’ Is Bihar’s Call In A Video Message

Day before Bihar goes to poll for the first phase on October 28, Congress Chief Sonia Gandhi urged Bihar’s people released a video message to vote against government, whose ‘actions and intentions are questionable’. Congress leader Rahul Gandhi through a message shared on Twitter while campaigning that change can be brought through Mahagathabandhan alliance.

“Dear my brothers and sisters of Bihar. Government in Bihar has gone astray. High on power and its ego, current Bihar government has deviated from its path. Neither their saying nor doing is good. Labourers are helpless, farmers are anxious and youth are disappointed. Public is with Congress Mahagatbandhan and it is the call of Bihar,” Sonia Gandhi said.

Sonia Gandhi in her five minutes long address said, “Bihar is in crisis today. Dalits, backward people are being subjected to continuous oppression … the governments in Bihar and the Centre are ‘bandi governments’. They only know notebandi, lockdown leading to economic crisis.”

Congress President addressed the issue of health, education, agrarian crisis, increasing crime rate, migrant crisis in Bihar said, “Bihar has quality, talent, strength and the power of construction. But unemployment, migration, inflation, starvation gave them tears and blisters. Words that can’t be said have to be said with tears. Govts can’t be formed on basis of fear and crime.”

She concluded her speech by saying, “Bihar is known as the melting pot of knowledge. I appeal Bihar voters to vote for Mahagathbandhan; to vote for change.”

Congress, Rashtriyana Janata Dal, Communist Party of India (CPI), Communist Party of India Marxist (CPM), Community Party of India (Marxist-Leninist) Liberation (CPIML) are part of the alliance.

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