While visiting killed Dalit sarpanch's family, Uttar Pradesh Congress pioneers wear blue 'gamchas'
The Congress in Uttar Pradesh turned 'blue' on Thursday, leaving a few red countenances in the gathering.
When UPCC president Ajay Kumar Lallu, prior in the day, drove an assignment to Azamgarh to visit the group of killed Dalit sarpanch Satyamev Jayate, lion's share of the gathering heads were seen wearing blue 'gamchas'.
The shade of blue was strikingly like the shade of blue that is the shade of Bahujan Samaj Party.
The blue 'gamchas' evoked a solid response from inside the gathering.
A Congress MLA stated: "It presently appears that we are being sub-let to the BSP. Our pioneers typically wearing tricolored 'gamchas' yet they have decided on blue. We don't have the foggiest idea what message our pioneers are attempting to send by doing this."
When reached, in any event, two gathering representatives would not remark on the issue.
UP Congress media convenor Lalan Kumar, nonetheless, responded firmly and stated: "The BSP doesn't have the copyright over blue shading, or so far as that is concerned, some other shading.
"The Congress has consistently battled for the privileges of Dalits. Has Mayawati contacted the group of the Dalit sarpanch who was shot dead a week ago?
"The blue shading speaks to the philosophy of Babasaheb B.R. Ambedkar and is additionally a piece of the Congress belief system.