Rahul Gandhi expressed his opinion on Twitter. He wrote, ‘Modi ji, the era of inflation is going on. During this, small industries will collapse due to power cuts. Due to which there will be further loss of jobs in future.
So stop the bulldozers of hatred and start power plants’ Rahul shot two targets with one arrow in his protest. While on one hand he raised questions on running bulldozers in the case of violence in BJP ruled states, on the other hand he also raised the power crisis starting in the country.
In fact, due to the shortage of coal in power plants in many states, the production of electricity is being affected. This is also affecting the power supply. How big this problem can be, it can be gauged from the fact that a day earlier i.e. on Tuesday, Union Home Minister Amit Shah had a meeting with 4 Union Ministers including Coal Minister on this issue.
Amidst the heat of Delhi, the issue of Jahangirpuri riots further heated up the political temperature. There was a round of allegations and counter-allegations between the leaders of BJP and other parties regarding Jahangirpuri since morning. The Congress also jumped into this battle in the afternoon. Congress leader Rahul Gandhi attacked the Modi government, objecting to the BJP-ruled MCD running bulldozers and continuing the action even after the Supreme Court’s stay. PLC $GT