Bharat Jodo dialogues are just platforms to criticize BJP, RSS: Arun Javagal

BENGALURU: Rahul Gandhi’s public dialogue forums under the Bharat Jodo campaign are only aimed at bashing the RSS and BJP. Social activist Arun Javagal said that there is no need for such dialogues on regional issues, communal issues like the Center riding on the states.

During the Bharat Jodo dialogue, Karnataka intellectuals were approached by the organizers of Bharat Jodo in Karnataka to speak in the dialogue, as well as themselves. However, they said that they were not given a chance when they spoke about the issues they were talking about. He shared his experience in his series of tweets.

In his first tweet during the India Unity Yatra @RahulGandhi He interacts with the public, so I got a call to come too. I went to the meeting held near Nanjangud today after making some preparations to know the stand of the Congress on union system, imposition of Hindi, delimitation of 2026.

Before the meeting, Shashikanth Senthil of Congress got to know from about 10-15 people who participated in the meeting about what issue they were going to talk about. I said that I will talk about union system, imposition of Hindi, delimitation of 2026.

Only those who spoke about the politics of RSS, BJP were allowed to speak in the meeting. Apart from that, those who spoke about other issues did not get a chance. Shashikant Senthil said that he will not get a chance in between the meeting, so I got up in the middle.

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All in all, what he needed was RSS/BJP opposition. The union system should survive. He said that the organizers of the program said no to the fact that imposition of Hindi should end and states’ rights should remain after 2026 delimitation.

Heavy in Karnataka

Congress leader Rahul Gandhi will hold an interaction program with the public as part of Congress’s Bharat Jodo Yatra, which started from Kanyakumari and has now reached Karnataka. Former Chief Minister Siddaramaiah, Karnataka Pradesh Congress Committee (KPCC) President D.K. Sivakumar and others have participated.