Sharad Yadav To Hold Meet For Opposition Parties On August 16
Former Union minister and opposition leader Sharad Yadav today said he will hold the next meeting of the "Sanjhi Virasat Bachao" (save common heritage), a campaign he has launched against the ruling BJP, on August 16 in the national capital.
Accusing the BJP-led NDA government of endangering the country's heritage of social harmony with its alleged divisive policies, Yadav has used the platform to bring together the opposition parties to take on the saffron alliance in the 2019 Lok Sabha election.
The BJP and its affiliated organizations had been violating the principles of the Constitution, he alleged.
"The people of this country are not feeling safe and living in an atmosphere of fear. We find that there is violence happening every day, based on caste and creed, in the country, especially in the NDA-ruled states. Mob lynching in the name of protection of cow has become the order of the day," Yadav said.
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