UP: Along with soft Hindutva, Congress does not want to leave its native voter! 25 lakh resolution letters distributed outside mosques, many promises made
In Uttar Pradesh, political parties are busy in arranging all the sections regarding the upcoming assembly elections (UP Assembly Election 2022). Due to this, when there is a competition to show itself closer to Hindutva. Photos of worship and aarti in the SP office, Priyanka Gandhi's bathing in the Ganges, singing of conch shells in BSP programs are common. But along with soft Hindutva, Congress wants to keep its native voter in its side. In this episode, Congress has started an exercise to make inroads among Muslims by distributing 25 lakh Sankalp Patra outside mosques .
In fact, as soon as the election atmosphere is set, the mobilization regarding vote bank has started. In UP, parties are resorting to soft Hindutva to make the majority their own. From worship recitation to aarti bath, all the tricks are being used. The SP, who gained power in UP due to the MY (Muslim-Yadav) equation, has now started calling M a woman instead of a Muslim. But the Congress is openly putting strings on Muslims. Due to this, Congress tried to stand with Muslims by distributing resolution letters in 8 thousand mosques of UP today.
Many issues including CAA, NRC are mentioned in the resolution letter
Congress will run this campaign every Friday till October 15. In this resolution, a promise has been made to withdraw the cases registered in the violence in the CAA, NRC, compensation to the innocent arrested in cow slaughter and to get the Muzaffar riots investigated by the judicial commission.
Congress does politics of appeasement: BJP
On this, BJP MP Subrat Pathak from Kannauj says that Congress always does politics of appeasement and does not talk on the issue of development. Till now traditionally the Muslim vote bank has been with the SP, now Owaisi to Ulema council is also staking its claim on Muslims citing Muslim representation, so how effective this exercise of Congress will be, it is in question.