Delhi: Congress Will Tricolor The Capital During Bharat Jodo Yatra

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Congress will fully tricolor the capital on December 24 during Rahul Gandhi’s Bharat Jodo Yatra. Along with the national flag, Congress flags will be installed on both sides of the 21 km long route of the yatra from Badarpur border to Rajghat. Apart from this, hoardings, posters and flags of Congress will be put up on the entire route. During the journey, drums and drums will be played in front of Rahul Gandhi all the way. Not only this, programs related to the culture of Delhi will also be presented at many places on the way.

State Congress has also decided to put up hoardings and posters all over Delhi. The Delhi Pradesh Congress has divided the route of Rahul Gandhi’s Bharat Jodo Yatra into seven parts. The responsibility of each part has been given to the leaders of a parliamentary constituency. These leaders include the leaders who contested the Lok Sabha, Vidhansabha and MCD elections. Apart from this, the workers of the concerned area will also be present with him. He will work to make this area tricolor and put hoardings, posters and flags on it.

He will walk alternately with Rahul Gandhi during the yatra and dignitaries of his area and eminent persons from different fields will also be given an opportunity to walk with Rahul Gandhi. Along with the state level leaders of the party, national level leaders will also accompany Rahul Gandhi in the yatra. To welcome Rahul Gandhi, about three thousand state Congress leaders and workers will reach the Badarpur border on the evening of December 23 and they will stay there with Rahul Gandhi the whole night, while seven to eight thousand Congress leaders and workers will reach there on December 24. Will reach Badarpur border in the morning. In this way, from Badarpur border, Rahul Gandhi will enter Delhi with about 10,000 leaders and workers.

On December 24, Rahul Gandhi will rest at Ashram Chowk in the afternoon. The Delhi Pradesh Congress Committee has made arrangements for food there. Here the leaders and workers involved in the yatra will be fed food at two places. Congress leaders and workers involved in the yatra from Kerala along with Rahul Gandhi will be fed at a separate place. Dishes of Old Delhi will be served in front of them, while arrangements have been made to feed Congress leaders and workers of Delhi at another place. Top Congress leaders are likely to join Rahul Gandhi’s visit from India Gate. He will be involved in the march from India Gate to Rajghat. There will be a nine-day rest for the yatra here and from January 3, the yatra will leave for Uttar Pradesh.

Anti-Sikh face shown by adding Tytler
The BJP has targeted the Congress for linking former Union Minister Jagdish Tytler with the Bharat Jodo Yatra. BJP national spokesperson RP Singh and state BJP minister Impreet Singh Bakshi alleged that Congress is an anti-Sikh party. Congress has given proof of this by adding Jagdish Tytler to the list of Delhi Yatris of Bharat Jodo Yatra. BJP leaders said that Congress has been continuously playing with the sentiments of Sikhs for the last four decades. Delhi’s Sikh community will strongly oppose Jagdish Tytler’s connection with Bharat Jodo Yatra.

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Congress will fully tricolor the capital on December 24 during Rahul Gandhi’s Bharat Jodo Yatra. Along with the national flag, Congress flags will be installed on both sides of the 21 km long route of the yatra from Badarpur border to Rajghat. Apart from this, hoardings, posters and flags of Congress will be put up on the entire route. During the journey, drums and drums will be played in front of Rahul Gandhi all the way. Not only this, programs related to the culture of Delhi will also be presented at many places on the way.

State Congress has also decided to put up hoardings and posters all over Delhi. The Delhi Pradesh Congress has divided the route of Rahul Gandhi’s Bharat Jodo Yatra into seven parts. The responsibility of each part has been given to the leaders of a parliamentary constituency. These leaders include the leaders who contested the Lok Sabha, Vidhansabha and MCD elections. Apart from this, the workers of the concerned area will also be present with him. He will work to make this area tricolor and put hoardings, posters and flags on it.

He will walk alternately with Rahul Gandhi during the yatra and dignitaries of his area and eminent persons from different fields will also be given an opportunity to walk with Rahul Gandhi. Along with the state level leaders of the party, national level leaders will also accompany Rahul Gandhi in the yatra. To welcome Rahul Gandhi, about three thousand state Congress leaders and workers will reach the Badarpur border on the evening of December 23 and they will stay there with Rahul Gandhi the whole night, while seven to eight thousand Congress leaders and workers will reach there on December 24. Will reach Badarpur border in the morning. In this way, from Badarpur border, Rahul Gandhi will enter Delhi with about 10,000 leaders and workers.

On December 24, Rahul Gandhi will rest at Ashram Chowk in the afternoon. The Delhi Pradesh Congress Committee has made arrangements for food there. Here the leaders and workers involved in the yatra will be fed food at two places. Congress leaders and workers involved in the yatra from Kerala along with Rahul Gandhi will be fed at a separate place. Dishes of Old Delhi will be served in front of them, while arrangements have been made to feed Congress leaders and workers of Delhi at another place. Top Congress leaders are likely to join Rahul Gandhi’s visit from India Gate. He will be involved in the march from India Gate to Rajghat. There will be a nine-day rest for the yatra here and from January 3, the yatra will leave for Uttar Pradesh.

Anti-Sikh face shown by adding Tytler

The BJP has targeted the Congress for linking former Union Minister Jagdish Tytler with the Bharat Jodo Yatra. BJP national spokesperson RP Singh and state BJP minister Impreet Singh Bakshi alleged that Congress is an anti-Sikh party. Congress has given proof of this by adding Jagdish Tytler to the list of Delhi Yatris of Bharat Jodo Yatra. BJP leaders said that Congress has been continuously playing with the sentiments of Sikhs for the last four decades. Delhi’s Sikh community will strongly oppose Jagdish Tytler’s connection with Bharat Jodo Yatra.

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