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Undoubtedly, Congress will form govt in Haryana: Rahul Gandhi

Kurukshetra (Haryana): Congress leader Rahul Gandhi on Sunday asserted that the party will form a government in Haryana in the upcoming Assembly elections next year. "There is no doubt that the Congress government will come to power in Haryana. I am interested in the fact that if the Congress government comes to power in Haryana, it should be a government of farmers, a government that respects everyone and listens to everyone," Gandhi said. The Congress leader claimed that the voice of India is being suppressed, hatred and fear are being spread, efforts are being made to divide the country and the Bharat Jodo Yatra is against the forces who seek to suppress these voices. "The aim of the yatra is to listen to the true voice of the country. Today, inequality is increasing in India. The entire economic power is going in the hands of 3-4 people and this has resulted in rapidly rising unemployment and inflation," he said. Speaking on the issue of farmers, Rahul Gandhi said that during the yatra, the farmers told the "truth of Haryana". "Today the farmer is being surrounded from all sides. He is being hit directly by the price of diesel petrol, by not giving insurance compensation, by the rising price of fertilizers. Farmers' income did not double, it decreased. Farmers only saw an increase in input prices, not one and a half times MSP," he said."The loan waiver was given only to the billionaires, not the farmers. The Prime Minister made an all-out attack on the farmers, using black laws and export policy as weapons. India cannot move forward, if it leaves behind its farmers. When our government comes, the farmers will be protected and they will be helped,' he added. Earlier today, the Bharat Jodo Yatra led by Rahul Gandhi saw people gathered in large numbers, walking with enthusiasm as the yatra resumed from the Dodwa-Taraori crossing. On the 114th day of the yatra, party leaders Selja Kumari and Deepender Singh Hooda joined Rahul Gandhi. Congress leader Rahul Gandhi had called his Bharat Jodo Yatra as 'Mohabbat ka dukaan' (shop of love) amid an existing 'nafrat ka bazaar' (market of hatred) while responding to BJP leaders who questioned him for conducting the ongoing Kanyakumari to Kashmir foot-march. The 'Bharat Jodo Yatra' marched into Karnal on Saturday. The Bharat Jodo Yatra re-entered Haryana on Thursday evening and will pass through four districts of the state between January 5-10. Bharat Jodo Yatra covered over 130 km in the first phase in Haryana between December 21-23 when it passed through Nuh, Gurugram, and Faridabad districts.

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