Objection to children’s participation in ‘Bharat Jodo Yatra’, NCPCR asks EC to take action against Rahul Gandhi – न्यूज़लीड India

Objection to children’s participation in ‘Bharat Jodo Yatra’, NCPCR asks EC to take action against Rahul Gandhi


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oi-Mukesh Pandey

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Updated: Tuesday, September 13, 2022, 21:08 [IST]

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New Delhi, 13 September. The National Commission for Protection of Child Rights has lodged a strong objection to the participation of children in the Bharat Jodo Yatra of the Congress. The NCPCR has asked the Election Commission to take action in the matter. The commission said that it has taken this step on a complaint. In which it has been alleged that Gandhi and Jawahar Bal Manch are targeting children with political motives and involving them in political activities.

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The National Commission for Protection of Child Rights has been complained against the party and Rahul Gandhi regarding the Congress’s ‘Bharat Jodo Yatra’. In which it has been said that Congress is abusing children with political weapon in its campaign. Taking cognizance of which the NCPCR has asked the Election Commission to investigate the matter and take necessary action.

In her complaint to the Commission for Protection of Child Rights, the complainant said, “Many disturbing pictures and videos are being circulated on social media, in which it can be seen that children are being targeted and ‘Bharat Jodo’. Designed to participate in their campaign with a political agenda under the slogan.” At the same time, NCPCR alleged that this complaint is in violation of the rules of the Election Commission. Only adults can be part of a political party. The use of children to fulfill a political agenda is child abuse which can have serious long-term effects on their mental health and is against Article 21 of the Indian Constitution.”

  'Our aim is to reduce the suffering of millions of poor', said Rahul Gandhi on the purpose of 'Bharat Jodo Yatra' ‘Our aim is to reduce the suffering of millions of poor’, said Rahul Gandhi on the purpose of ‘Bharat Jodo Yatra’

In the states of India, the Congress has started the Bharat Jodo Yatra as a campaign with the aim of strengthening the ground hold and increasing the base. Rahul Gandhi started the ‘Bharat Jodo Yatra’ of the Congress from Kanyakumari on 7 September. This journey has now reached Kerala. The Congress party has named 119 leaders, including Rahul, as ‘Bharat Yatris’, who will travel from Kanyakumari to Kashmir on a padyatra. During this, a total distance of 3570 km will be covered.

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english summary

NCPCR asks EC to take action against Rahul Gandhi and congress for India in Bharat Jodo Yatra

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