Bihar is leading the discussion on social justice, esp for OBCs, says Rahul Gandhi
Justice is framed as the five pillars or fingers of the Nyay Yatra campaign, recalling the original activism focused on the main old parties—justice for youth, justice for participation, justice for women , justice for farmers and justice for workers. Gandhi expressed the party’s commitment to strengthen the country’s experience of justice and development by strengthening these principles.
Reflecting on the start of the yatra in Kohima, Gandhi emphasized the party’s aim to unite the country, transcending cultural, religious and linguistic differences.
Yesterday, in Siliguri, he had the support of Hamro Party president Ajoy Edwards, who presented him with a traditional Gorkha topi and his personal kukri. North Bengal, which has largely favored regional parties to protect local interests, is a key space for the Congress and Trinamool Congress to win.