Why did Savarkar get a pension of Rs.60 from the British? Tell those who target Rahul: Nana Patole

Maharashtra Congress President Nana Patole on Saturday said those who are criticizing his party leader Rahul Gandhi for his comments on VD Savarkar should first explain why the Hindutva ideologue was getting a monthly pension of Rs 60 from the British. was getting Rahul Gandhi had commented on Savarkar earlier this week during the Maharashtra leg of his Bharat Jodo Yatra. He had claimed that Savarkar had helped the British and out of fear had written a mercy petition to him. Controversy has arisen due to Rahul’s comment.

Patole, against Savarkar and the Shiv Sena’s stand that such comments would hinder the MVA alliance, said of Gandhi’s criticism, “Those who criticized Rahul Gandhi for his comments on Savarkar should first answer that.” Why was Savarkar getting a pension of 60 rupees from the British.

Patole said that the Bharat Jodo Yatra got massive public support in Maharashtra and the Congress has been united and energized by it. Patole said his party wanted an ideological debate and wanted to unite people. He said that Congress believes in non-violence.

Congress general secretary in-charge of the party’s communication and propaganda wing Jairam Ramesh said the grand old party is celebrating November 19 as ‘Kisan Vijay Diwas’ as it was on this day last year that Prime Minister Narendra Modi repealed the three farm laws following massive protests by farmers. was taken back.

He said, “November 19 is a historic day and we are celebrating it as Kisan Vijay Diwas. The only long-term solution for the welfare of farmers is to upgrade irrigation facilities in the Vidarbha region of Maharashtra, where farmers are committing suicide.” He said women elected representatives and self-help groups (SHGs) would celebrate the birth anniversary of late Prime Minister Indira Gandhi. Members of the Congress today joined the yatra with Rahul Gandhi.

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