Congress' Casteist Policies Responsible for Dalit Atrocities and Deprivation in Rajasthan, Says BSP Leader Akash Anand in Jaipur
Jaipur : The 'Sarvajan Hitaya Sarvajan Sukhay Sankalp Yatra' concluded today at Shaheed Smarak, Jaipur. National Coordinator of Bahujan Samaj Party (BSP) Shri Akash Anand addressed the gathering on Congress government's failures over the past four years. The yatra, led by Shri Akash Anand, National Coordinator of BSP, covered over 3500 kilometers, aiming to promote welfare and prosperity for Bahujan Samaj across the state.
Shri Akash Anand criticized the state's Congress government for its casteist nature, asserting that it's policies have contributed to atrocities against Dalits and their continued deprivation. He condemned the increase in crime against women within the state and expressed concern about rising unemployment among the youths of Rajasthan.
Highlighting the state's educational shortcomings, Anand cited government figures indicating a lack of basic education facilities for 60% of children from Bahujan Samaj. He also criticized the inadequate provision of electricity in 70% of schools, keeping children from receiving proper education.
The BSP leader also turned his attention to the central government, accusing it of not fulfilling promises made to farmers and the general public in state. He expressed dissatisfaction with the lack of progress in doubling farmers' income and the failure to provide housing for the poor as pledged by Central Government.
Shri Anand Kumar, National Vice President, BSP, Shri Ramji Gautam, MP, Rajya Sabha, and Dr. Ashok Siddharth, former MP, Rajya Sabha, were prominent leaders who were present at the event, emphasized the BSP's mission to drive social, economic, and political awakening. Dr. Ashok Siddharth criticized the Gehlot government's performance, citing insufficient access to clean water, inadequate medical facilities, and a lack of protection for women in the state.
The 'Sarvajan Hitaya Sarvajan Sukhaya Sankalp Yatra' concluded not only as a rally but also as a clarion call for change, urging a move away from Congress's administration failures and toward a more promising , prosperous future for Rajasthan under BSP regime. The BSP has declared its intention to contest all 200 assembly seats in the upcoming elections in the state.