Himanta Rahul Gandhi

Guwahati, Sep 09: Assam Chief Minister Himanta Biswa Sarma on Friday – locked in a conflict of phrases with the Congress – renewed his attack on Rahul Gandhi as the party’s mass contact mass touch programme, Bharat Jodo Yatra, enters the third day.

Rahul Gandhi on Wednesday released the 3,570 km lengthy foot march, for the duration of which the Congress plans to cowl 12 states and two union territories in a span of 150 days.

The programme – which comes beforehand of the 2024 countrywide elections – is an try to revive the celebration which has confronted huge election disasters considering that in 2014 whilst the BJP turned elected in a thumping win withinside the national polls.

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But Gandhi’s march – to “unite the country” – has additionally added him to the attack from the rival BJP’s Himata Sarma. His “Rahul Gandhi Ji must visit Pakistan for Bharat Jodo Yatra in the event that they need unification” comment – made in advance this week – has drawn a robust reaction from the Congress.

“I don’t take Assam CM seriously, due to the fact he has to show his loyalty each day after having been part of Congress for 20-25 years,” Jairam Ramesh said. Later, on Thursday, calling him “an armchair critic”, he accused the BJP of diversionary tactics.

This back-and-forth of feedback does now no longer appear to be ending. Now, a lively video has been shared on Twitter through Assam Chief Minister Himanta Biswa Sarma, which is a parody of Bollywood music.

The video indicates the lead character – portrayed as Rahul Gandhi – engaged in a barrage of self-deprecating remarks. He additionally takes the blame for ballot setbacks. The parody is stimulated through music from the Anil Kapoor starrer Bollywood film of the 1990s.