BSP leader Akash Anand kicks off 3000 km Sankalp yatra from Dholpur, stresses necessity of change in the face of autocratic governance
New Delhi : The 'Sarvajan Hitay, Sarvajan Sukhay Sankalp Yatra' was officially inaugurated from Sandhu Palace in Dholpur, Rajasthan, on August 16th. Under the leadership of Bahujan Samaj Party's National Coordinator, Akash Anand, the yatra aims to champion the cause of the people and bring attention to pertinent issues facing the nation.
Addressing the gathering, Akash Anand stated, "The Congress government of Rajasthan is anti-social. The Congress government had promised that Rs 3500 dearness allowance will be given to the unemployed youth, employment to lakhs of youths, cheaper gas cylinders to the poor, free education to women, all the promises have not been fulfilled yet. Once again, the election results are round the corner. Leaders of Congress will once again make promises among you. Stay aware of those false promises."
Mr. Akash Anand, further said, "The government that couldn't give security to the women of the state, it has no right to form the government again. A 9-year-old girl was raped here but the government does not take any concrete steps towards the safety of girls and women. I have come to warn you whether it is Congress or BJP, both are the same. In 2014 people were cheated for votes. Today the country is facing the brunt of unemployment and inflation. Those who before 2014 used to go out on the roads on rising gas cylinders, today they have no remorse for rising petrol prices."
Akash Anand called upon citizens to align with the principles of Baba Saheb Dr. Bhim Rao Ambedkar and collaboratively advance the nation towards a more equitable future.
The inaugural yatra witnessed the presence of notable personalities including Ramji Gautam (Rajya Sabha MP), Dr. Ashok Siddharth, Suresh Arya, and Bhagwan Singh Baba, all of whom joined Akash Anand in launching this transformative journey. State General Secretary Karan Singh Bhandari and District President Amar Singh Bansiwal were also present, underscoring the significance of this initiative.