Delhi Pradesh Congress Committee President Anil Kumar
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Delhi Pradesh Congress Committee President Anil Kumar said that the Bharat Jodo Yatra being taken out by our leader Rahul Gandhi will be historic in Delhi. A yatra has been taken out from Kanyakumari to Kashmir to protect the interests of the country and countrymen against rising unemployment, inflation, hatred, communalism and anti-national decisions of the dictatorial government. Now this yatra has taken the form of a mass rally. The yatra is getting full support from the people of all the states.
Haryana Pradesh Congress Committee President Uday Bhan will hand over the national flag to Delhi Pradesh Congress Committee President Anil Kumar in the presence of Rahul Gandhi for Bharat Jodo Yatra to enter Delhi at six o’clock in the morning of December 24 at Badarpur border of Delhi adjacent to Haryana. . Bharat Jodo Yatra will start from Badarpur border till Red Fort. The yatra will halt at Ashram Chowk for a two-hour rest and then leave for the Red Fort. State President Anil Kumar today inspected the route of Bharat Jodo Yatra and reviewed the preparations. Posters and banners have been put up on Delhi’s DDU Marg, while the work of making flags and banners is going on in the state office of the Congress.
The State President said that Bharat Jodo Yatra is an initiative of Rahul Gandhi to unite the countrymen by rising above politics and establishing new dimensions in the country. While the work of unity, integrity and connecting the countrymen is being done through the Yatra, on the other hand, the BJP is horrified by the large number of people joining the Yatra. He alleged that since the beginning, unsuccessful attempts are being made by the BJP to stop the yatra, but due to public support, the BJP has not been able to weaken the yatra in any state so far. He said that the youth of the entire country are joining the yatra with Rahul Gandhi.
Yatra will end at Red Fort at 4.30 pm
Anil Kumar told that on December 24 at 4.30 pm, the Bharat Jodo Yatra will end at the Red Fort. After this, Rahul Gandhi, along with Congress leaders, will visit Shanti Van, Shakti Sthal, Veer Bhoomi and Rajghat to pay homage to the departed personalities of the country.