Rahul Gandhi’s 'Janashirvad Yatra'

Rahul Gandhi’s 'Janashirvad Yatra'

Rahul Gandhi, one of the Indian politician and he is the Vice-President and Chairperson of the National Students Union of India as well as Indian Youth Congress. On the other hand, he is the son of late Prime Minister Rajiv Gandhi and former Congress President Sonia Gandhi. He runs many trusts like Rajiv Gandhi Foundation and Rajiv Gandhi Charitable Trust. He is the second-ranked person of the Congress working committee.  
Now Rahul Gandhi as a congress president started campaigning in Karnataka. He started his rally against Prime Minister Narendra Modi and Rahul said he should speak about allegations of corruption against BJP president Amit Shah’s son.

Rahul’s Rally:

 Gandhi while addressing a rally in Karnataka on Sunday said while the Congress's Siddaramaiah government had a scam- free rule, the BJP had broken "world records" in graft in Karnataka. Gandhi said there was two types of governments the world over - one which works for industrialists and other for the poor.” 

In the last five years there was not even a single scam, and during their (BJP) time there were scams one after the other, from mining to what not, different scams,” he said. In the rally Rahul met many people travelled by a bus along with other state leaders, received very good response from party workers and people who had gathered in large numbers on both sides of the road at different places.
                     Gandhi gets down and walked some distance along with Karnataka chief minister Siddaramaiah and KPCC President G Parameshwara. Many party leaders and people from different parts of the state attended the rally.
                      In a meeting Gandhi hit out at Prime Minister Narendra Modi for talking about corruption in Karnataka overlooking his own party's "track record" while running the government in the state.