Rahul Gandhi, leader of modern India Son of the Soil’s unity march di Maffi Devadoss The Indian National Congress party in India was founded in 1885 and is one of the two major political parties in India.
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Son of the Soil’s unity march
di Maffi Devadoss
The Indian National Congress party in India was founded in 1885 and is one of the two major political parties in India.
The Congress party is known for it’s mass mo- vements, fighting for the rights of Indians, eradica- ting caste differences, un- touchability, poverty and religious and ethnic divi- sions.
Paving a way to women empowerment, post-inde- pendence, the Congress party created history as In- dira Priyadarshini Gandhi became first ever female Prime Minister of India and a central figure of the Congress party and served for three consecutive terms, and a fourth term from 1980 until she was assassinated.
After the assassination of Indira Gandhi, Rajiv Gan-
dhi her son became the 6th Prime Minister of India.
Sonia Gandhi, hailing from Venice, raised in Or- bassano, (near Turin) in Italy, married Rajiv Gandhi Gandhi.
While campaigning for elections, Rajiv Gandhi was assassinated.
Sonia Gandhi then be- came the President of the Congress party and led the party to victories in several parliamentary elections.
Sonia Gandhi’s son Rahul Gandhi, a Member of the Parliament of India is now a revolutionary leader of modern India.
Rahul Gandhi, the Son of the Soil, united Indians don’t care. in India from the sou- thernmost part of India to the northernmost part of In- dia and marched across In- dia spanning a distance of over 4,000 kms and named it Bharat Jodo Yatra mea-
ning unite India march.
Recounting the history of the assassination of his grandmother and his father in the Indian soil, Rahul was warned against marching on foot by the local administration who said a grenade would be hurdled at him.
But the Son of the Soil said, I am proud that my grandmother and my father got killed while standing and defending something.
It helps me understand them and my place and what I should be doing.
Hatred killed my grand- mother and my father maybe it will kill me too, I
Rahul Gandhi insisted on walking by foot as he said my family taught me to live fearlessly, otherwise, that is not living and thus transpires to be a defender of social justice.
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Rahul Gandhi, leader of modern India
Son of the Soil’s unity march
The tempers in India are sky-high, from Tv debates to social media interactions and politics by nature in- volves strong likes and di- slikes.
The Congress party has been at the forefront in rai- sing issues that affect the everyday lives of people since time immemorial. Barath Jodo Yatra is the Congress’s response to or- ganised disruption of de- mocracy in India.
Some may say that the march was Rahul’s Ro- adshow but for multitudes it was a dialogue and a ce- lebration of unity, diversity and strength.
Rahul Gandhi consisten- tly listened to the people he met and in politics, one gets used to a one way commu- nication, but Rahul Gandhi heard what the people of India wanted to say, he ne- ver claimed to have all the
answers and all the solu- tions but he understood that India desperately needed to be heard and he heard.
This march voiced against rampant unem- ployment, inflation, and an over-centralized political system addressing econo- mic, social and political is- sues that is currently diving India as a nation.
Rahul Gandhi’s stron- gest message in this march was India belongs to us all with quality engage- ments among and betwe- people. en various ideas, streams of thoughts and numerous aspirations and cultures.
Rahul Gandhi recei- ved wholehearted love in the regions he stepped and across the globe and sho- wed that democracy is and will always be of the peo- ple, by the people and for the people.
lience and strength of the people during Rahul Gandhi’s march, he ad- ded that I am not the hero of the journey, it is the people who joined me with chival ry who showed that today’s politics in India is hollow.
They say, united we stand and divided we fall, people from all walks of life came together to be part of this historic movement and it was a celebration of India’s unity, cultural diversity and incredible fortitude for its