A recent video capturing Congress President Mallikarjun Kharge losing his temper and admonishing a disruptive audience during an election rally has sparked fervent discussions across social media platforms. Clearly dismayed by the interruptions, Kharge sternly addressed the unruly crowd, suggesting that those unwilling to listen should leave.
“Chup baitho… (remain quiet) Agar sunana hai toh suno nahi toh get out (Listen if you want to, or else, get out)… Don’t talk that way… Aap ko malum nahi hota? (Don’t you know?) Jo ye meeting chal rahi hai, ek All India Congress Committee ka neta bol raha hai… (An All India Congress Committee leader is addressing this meeting) Aur tumhare muh mein tum ko jo hona wo kehte hai… (And you speak whatever you want) Agar sunana hai to suno nahi toh apne jagah ko jao (Listen if you want, or else, go to your place),” Kharge asserted, expressing his profound displeasure with a section of the audience at the rally.
The video depicts a visibly frustrated Kharge, emphasizing the importance of the ongoing meeting and reiterating his authority as an All India Congress Committee leader. His stern tone and direct command aimed at those disrupting the rally underline his determination to maintain order and ensure a conducive environment for the rally’s proceedings.
The incident has triggered varied reactions, with some commending Kharge’s firm stance in maintaining decorum, while others scrutinize the circumstances leading to such a confrontation. This rare display of the usually composed leader showcases the intensity of the disruptions faced during the political rally.
Kharge’s impassioned response highlights the challenges faced by leaders in engaging diverse audiences during election campaigns and underscores the significance of maintaining discipline and respect within public forums.
As the video continues to circulate on social media, it serves as a reminder of the complexities inherent in political gatherings and the constant balancing act required by leaders to navigate such situations.
The office of Mallikarjun Kharge or the Congress party is yet to release an official statement regarding the incident or provide further context surrounding the rally and the disruption faced.