Breakfast meet, cycle ride to Parliament: Opposition ups ante against Modi govt as Rahul calls for united front

Congress pioneer Rahul Gandhi drove a gathering of resistance pioneers on Tuesday morning as he called all gatherings to join against the Modi government over a scope of issues, including the Pegasus sneaking around column, the treatment of the Covid-19 pandemic, and ranchers’ tumult.

After the gathering, a few resistance MPs drove by Rahul cycled to the Parliament to feature the issue of rising fuel costs. This comes scarcely seven days after his unexpected farm vehicle ride to the Parliament in challenge a similar issue.”The single thought process to welcome you is that we ought to join together. The more this voice joins together, the more remarkable it will end up being, the more troublesome it will become for the BJP and RSS to stifle this voice,” Rahul said at the gathering. He added, “We ought to recollect the establishment of solidarity and it is significant that now we begin to concoct the standards of this foundation.”Trinamool Congress’ Mahua Moitra, the NCP’s Supriya Sule, Shiv Sena’s Sanjay Raut, and the DMK’s Kanimozhi were among the pioneers going to the morning meal meeting. “We are seeing something exceptional here,” Congress MP Shashi Tharoor tweeted.

“Taking everything into account, individuals of India are battling and on the off chance that we cycle from here to Parliament, it will have an effect,” Rahul said.

In the mean time, assaulting the Opposition over rehashed fights in Parliament, Prime Minister Narendra Modi, while going to the BJP parliamentary gathering, said: “The Opposition isn’t allowing parliament to work. This is an affront to popular government and to the general population.” The BJP parliamentary gathering meeting was held around a similar time as the Opposition’s morning meal meeting.