Congress leader Rahul Gandhi released a video of him talking with the workers today, whereas BSP supremo Mayawati has flashed on this video. On Twitter, Mayawati has written that Rahul’s video of interaction with laborers looks more like a lack of sympathy and Congress is the real culprit of the plight of the workers. Let us tell you that when the workers from the cities were returning home, Rahul Gandhi talked to the workers in front of the camera and today the video of this entire conversation has been released on social media.
Mayawati tweeted, “Today the bad situation of crores of migrant workers across the country due to Corona lockdown is because of the Congress party, because during their long reign after independence, if proper arrangements of livelihood were made in the villages / cities, then why did they have to migrate to other states?”
Mayawati wrote in another tweet, “The video of a Congress leader sharing the grief and pain of some workers who were victims of the lockdown tragedy seems less sympathetic and more drama. If the Congress would have told that how many people they have actually helped, then it would have been better. “
In this video, Rahul Gandhi has pleaded to pay Rs 7500 each, seeking justice for the crores of families facing difficulty in the corona virus epidemic. The video was released on various social media platforms of Congress and Rahul Gandhi.
In Rahul Gandhi’s voice this video highlights the difficulties of the laborers, whereas this 17 minute video showed the pain of migrant laborers during the lockdown. Significantly, after the closure of trains and buses due to lockdown, migrant laborers had to leave their homes by foot, it should be noted that many laborers also died in accidents at various places.
In this video, the former Congress president said that justice should be given to the poor and laborers and Rs 7500 to each of the country’s 13 million economically weaker families should be given, whereas on May 16, Rahul Gandhi met these migrant laborers near Sukhdev Vihar flyover in Delhi.