Bharat Jodo Nyay Yatra: Former Congress President Rahul Gandhi and Congress President Mallikarjun Kharge displayed resilience in the face of alleged attacks by BJP supporters on the ongoing Bharat Jodo Nyaya Yatra in Assam. The leaders addressed a public meeting in Nagaon, condemning the BJPs actions and asserting Congresss fearlessness.Local Warm Welcome as Yatra Enters AssamThe eighth day of the Bharat Jodo Nyaya Yatra witnessed a warm welcome from locals as it entered Assam from Arunachal Pradesh. Covering approximately 180 kilometres, the yatra passed through Rajgarh, Vishwanath, Sonitpur, and Nagaon. A public meeting in Kaliabor, Nagaon, featured aggressive speeches from Rahul Gandhi and Mallikarjun Kharge.Congress Challenges BJPs Fear TacticsAddressing the public meeting, Mallikarjun Kharge accused the BJP of attacking Assam Congress leaders out of nervousness, emphasizing that Congress remains unafraid. Kharge drew historical parallels, stating that if Congress wasnt afraid of the British, it wouldnt fear the BJP. He took a dig at Chief Minister Himanta Biswa Sarma, referring to the cat analogy, and criticized Sarmas recent tweet insulting Dalits.Kharges Critique of Sarmas TweetKharge translated Sarmas controversial tweet, where he allegedly stated that Dalits should serve him as he is a Brahmin. Kharge questioned whether Dalits desired servitude, urging them to support Congress if they wished to preserve Dr. Baba Saheb Ambedkars Constitution and Nehrujis democracy.Rahul Gandhis Assertive StanceRahul Gandhi addressed the crowd, recounting an incident where BJP workers confronted his bus but fled when he disembarked. He emphasized that tearing Congress posters wouldnt deter the party. Accusing Assam CM Sarma of corruption, Rahul Gandhi highlighted youth unemployment and criticized the Modi governments treatment of aspirants who worked hard to join the army.Congress Focus on Unity and BJPs Alleged Media ControlRahul Gandhi positioned Congress as a unifying force, contrasting it with BJPs alleged divisive tactics. He accused BJP of controlling the media narrative, limiting discussions on critical issues like unemployment and inflation. Rahul Gandhi claimed that BJP prioritizes the interests of a few billionaire friends.Addressing Manipur ViolenceReferencing violence in Manipur, Rahul Gandhi criticized the Prime Ministers absence from the troubled state. He suggested that the countrys army could swiftly halt violence if ordered by the Prime Minister, insinuating BJPs reluctance to intervene in Manipur.As Bharat Jodo Nyaya Yatra progresses, Congress leaders remain undeterred by alleged BJP attacks, focusing on their commitment to unity, social justice, and addressing critical issues affecting the people.