Chhattisgarh

After Rahul Gandhi, CM Bhupesh Baghel describes RSS as anti-women.

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Raipur. After Congress MP Rahul Gandhi described RSS as anti-women, Chhattisgarh Chief Minister Bhupesh Baghel called RSS anti-women. Rahul Gandhi described RSS as anti-women during a public gathering in Madhya Pradesh as part of his Bharat Jodo Yatra.
He said that there is no women’s wing in RSS. To date, no woman Sarsanghchalak, co-functionary, has reached such positions. Their mentality is anti-women. The Chief Minister stated this in Raipur before leaving for the election campaigning in the Bhanupratappur by-election.
He said, “We say Jai Siya Ram. Rahul Gandhi has rightly said, RSS is anti-women; where are the women there?”
The Congress is attacking BJP and its affiliated organizations in Madhya Pradesh during the Bharat Jodo Yatra. In this sequence, Rahul attacked the RSS (Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh). Rahul said that Jai Siyaram means that Sita and Ram are the same. With no women in the RSS, how can they chant this slogan?

Congress MP Rahul Gandhi’s Bharat Jodo Yatra has covered a distance of 2000 km from Kanyakumari to Madhya Pradesh via Maharashtra. 119 Indian passengers registered in the yatra. He will complete the journey from Kanyakumari to Kashmir.

Bhupesh Baghel also targeted the BJP on Saturday. He gave a befitting reply to the BJP for calling reservation an election gimmick. He said- such things are the mental bankruptcy of the BJP.
He said that the governor had expressed a desire for a special session. That’s why there was a discussion on the Reservation Amendment Bill for the whole day on Friday.

The Chhattisgarh Legislative Assembly has unanimously adopted two new bills to provide reservations to SC, ST, OBC and poor general category.
The opposition BJP had earlier demanded an overall reservation of 85 per cent, including ST – 32%, SC-16%, OBC-27% and EWS-10%. The BJP was outraged by the reduction of the EWS quota from 10% to 4%. In a press conference, opposition leader Narayan Chandel said that Congress had brought the bill without any preparations for political mileage ahead of the by-election.

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