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BJP picks Yuva Morcha vice president for public debate in opposition to Rahul Gandhi

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The BJYM president talked about that he became as soon as taking a seek for forward to debating with Gandhi and further taking a swipe at the Congress stated that he hoped he did now not escape some distance off from the controversy, the identical contrivance he did from Amethi.

Bharatiya Janata Yuva Morcha President Tejasvi Surya on Monday (Can also 13) licensed an invite for a public debate with Congress leader Rahul Gandhi and nominated BJYM’s Vice President Abhinav Prakash.

Notably, the invitation for a public debate became as soon as extended by former Supreme Court pick Madan B Lokur, former High Court Chief Justice AP Shah, and senior journalist N Ram to High Minister Narendra Modi and Congress leader Rahul Gandhi.

Surya proposed Prakash’s name citing that he became as soon as a young and educated leader from the Pasi scheduled caste team, who accumulate up about 30 per cent of the inhabitants in Rae Baraeli, the set Gandhi is contesting the elections.

Elaborating on Prakash’s credentials, he wrote in a letter, “He’s now not most effective a eminent leader inside of our childhood waft but moreover an tell spokesperson for the policies and reforms conducted by our authorities. An alumnus of Jawaharlal Nehru College and an assistant professor of economics at Delhi College’s Ramjas College, with previous educating stints at SRCC, his profound thought of social, financial, and political dynamics is poised to enrich the controversy enormously.”

Dear Rahul Gandhi Ji,

BJYM has deputed Sri @Abhina_Prakash, our VP, to debate with you.

He’s a young and educated leader from the Pasi (SC) team, who’re around 30%, in Rae Baraeli.

This could be an enriching debate between a political scion and a in kind youngster who… pic.twitter.com/8FarSmqrQe

— Tejasvi Surya (ಮೋದಿಯ ಪರಿವಾರ) (@Tejasvi_Surya) Can also 13, 2024

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‘Look forward to debate with Gandhi,’ says Prakash

The BJYM president talked about that he became as soon as taking a seek for forward to debating with Gandhi and further taking a swipe at the Congress citing that he hoped he did now not escape some distance off from the controversy, the identical contrivance he did from Amethi.

“I’d must thank Tejasvi Surya for deputing me to debate with Rahul Gandhi. I’m taking a seek for forward to this debate. I’m from Uttar Pradesh, Rahul Gandhi and his family comprise represented the mumble for thus lengthy. I hope he would now not escape some distance off from the controversy the kind he ran some distance off from Amethi in another case who’s conscious of he will must escape some distance off from Raebareli as smartly, in the following elections,” he informed details company ANI.

Gandhi on Friday (Can also 10) licensed the invitation citing that this form of debate “will reduction folks perceive our respective imaginative and prescient and enable them to accumulate an informed desire.”

स्वस्थ लोकतंत्र के लिए प्रमुख दलों का एक मंच से अपना विज़न देश के समक्ष रखना एक सकारात्मक पहल होगी।

कांग्रेस इस पहल का स्वागत करती है और चर्चा का निमंत्रण स्वीकार करती है।

देश प्रधानमंत्री जी से भी इस संवाद में हिस्सा लेने की अपेक्षा करता है। pic.twitter.com/YMWWqzBRhE

— Rahul Gandhi (@RahulGandhi) Can also 11, 2024

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“It’s some distance moreover major to set to leisure any unsubstantiated allegations attributed to our respective parties. As the major parties fighting the election, the public deserve to listen to from their leaders in an instant,” Gandhi talked about. “Accordingly, either myself or the Congress president could per chance be overjoyed to take part in this form of debate.”

“Congress welcomes this initiative and accepts the invitation for dialogue. The nation moreover expects the head minister to rob half in this dialogue,” he added.

(With inputs from businesses)

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