DAINIK NATION BUREAU
The State Chief Minister Trivendra Singh Rawat has said that A donkey will remain a donkey even if bathed a hundred times. It cannot become a horse. he responded to the media querry after disbursing the chaque among the farmers under pt deen dayal upadhyay krish vikas yojna, under which farmer can take loan upto Rs one lakh.
As far as congress is concerned then it is a sinking ship and let it sink completely. In the recently held local body elections in Uttar Pradesh, Congress has faced drastic defeat and now in Himachal Pradesh and Gujarat, it is bound to lose badly. Meanwhile, the distraught Congress men are praying in temples and even the Congress vice president Rahul Gandhi is posing to be soaked in Hinduism.
The frequent temple visits by the Congress scion Rahul Gandhi in Gujarat elections has stirred up the BJP to respond. The BJP had reached its crescendo with the help of Hindutava and now the Congress appears to be playing at least the ‘soft Hindutva’. Having been away from the political power in Gujarat for the past two decades, the Congress has changed its election campaign strategy. The BJP party leaders are figuring out what has changed Rahul’s tone of address in public rallies.
Answering to the question posed by media persons on Congress ascertaining Rahul Gandhi’s wearing of sacred thread, Trivendra Singh Rawat said, “A donkey will remain a donkey even if bathed a hundred times. It cannot become a horse.
Congress is totally leaderless. Baffled Congress leaders are visiting temples but even from God’s shrine, they will get defeat.”
He further said that during Harish Rawat’s term as chief minister, Uttarakhand police had failed in nabbing the accused who had killed the jailer outside Roorkee jail and later the Punjab police had caught them. Under the BJP regime, the police apprehended the accused in two hours.
Taking a dig at the Congress vice president wearing the ‘janeu’ (sacred thread), the minister for higher education Dr Dhan Singh Rawat said that “in our hills every child has to undergo Janeu Sanskar (sacred thread ceremony)”. He opined that in the Indian tradition, it is common for one to wear a sacred thread but the Congress probably needed such a certification to declare. It is not a thing to be showcased, he added.