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Congress leader Rahul Gandhi said“BJP wants to destroy Constitution, scrap reservation,”

Bolangir: 15/5/24:Congress leader Rahul Gandhi addressed the public in Odisha’s Bolangir today. Rahul arrived in Bhubaneswar at approximately 11 am, proceeding directly to Balangir for the public meeting around 11:30 am.

“On June 4, a list of all the poor will be compiled. From each family, name of one woman will be selected, and Rs 1 lakh will be credited into her bank account. We will make crores of lakhpatis if voted to power. This is called Vikas,” said Rahul Gandhi.

“BJP wants to destroy Constitution, scrap reservation,” added the Congress leader in Bolangir.

Additionally, Rahul is expected to participate in a bike rally in the western Odisha town.

Rahul had initiated his campaign in Odisha from Salepur in Cuttack district on April 28 but had to address an election rally in Rayagada district via video message on May 3 due to prior commitments related to filing his nomination papers for the Raebareli Lok Sabha seat in Uttar Pradesh.

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