Gadchiroli April 5 (District Correspondent) The workers of the youth Congress today sent as many as 5,000 post cards to the Prime Minister of India Narendra Modi asking him the questions about revengeful action against Congress leader Rahul Gandhi, Adani Modi relations and other important issues concerning the countrymen.
The campaign was launched in presence of General Secretary of Maharashtra Pradesh Youth Congress Vishwajeet Kowase in front of the Post Office here and the post cards were put in the post box.
All India Youth Congress has launched a post card campaign across the country. Various questions have been asked in the postcard, such as revengeful action against Congress leader Rahul Gandhi and the connection between Modi-Adani regarding corruption. About five thousand letters have been sent to Prime Minister Narendra Modi through the postal department by the Gadchiroli District Youth Congress, told Mr. Kowase.
As the elected representatives are not allowed to ask questions in the parliament, we have asked these questions to the PM, said Mr. Kowase while launching the campaign.
What about giving employment to 2 crore youths every year, where are the ‘Acchhe Din, what about the black money, why the Indian currency is weakening, who helped Neerav modi, Lalit modi, Mehul Chaukasi in leaving the country, how much funds Adani has given to BJP, who is responsible for the hike of domestic gas cylinders to Rs. 1,100 are the other questions asked through the post cards, told Mr. kowase.
The campaign was launched in presence of District Congress Committee President Mahendra Brahmanwade and other senior Youth Congress leaders.
Mr. Rajinikant Motghare, District President of Scheduled Caste Cell, Nitesh Rathod, District Secretary of Youth Congress, Pratik Barsinge, Kamlesh Khobragade, Transport Cell President, Gaurav Alam, Charudatta Pohane, Akash Meshram, Sachin Nikure, Javed Khan, Anup Kohla, Youth Gadchiroli Assembly President Mahesh Jillewar, Karan Pendalwar, Aniket Raut, Srinivas Tatpalliwar, Nikesh Kamidwar, Dilip Khobragade, Joseph Barlawar and all office bearers and workers of Congress were present in large numbers.
The post card campaign was taken up in the district to show the youth congress workers solidarity with Rahul Gandhi and to express their anguish and discontent against the BJP government led by for its undemocratic and revengeful attitude towards our leader, said Mr. Kowase while speaking on the occasion.
The questions about the Prime minister’s promise of giving Rs. 15 lakhs to every citizen, price rise of fuel and essential commodities, danger to democracy etc also have been asked in these post cards and PM Modi should answer these questions, said Mr. Kowase further.
The youth Congress will intensify its agitation against the government if the government does not revoke disqualification of Rahul Gandhi from the Lok Sabha, he warned.
Photo Mr. Vishwajeet Kowase and youth congress workers seen at the launching of post card campaign.