Workers should remain united in Rahul’s Nyay Yatra

  • Congress busy preparing for Lok Sabha elections, holds online meeting

Chronicle Reporter, Bhopal
Congress has started preparing for the Lok Sabha elections. On Sunday, state Congress held an online meeting regarding Lok Sabha elections and Rahul Gandhi’s Nyay Yatra.

In this, Mandalam-Sector, Block, District President and in-charge, President of all cells, heads of departments joined virtually. The meeting was addressed by former CM Kamal Nath, Rajya Sabha members Digvijay Singh, Vivek Tankha, former state president Arun Yadav, state in-charge Bhanwar Jitendra Singh, Leader of Opposition Umang Singhar, Kamleshwar Patel and PCC Chief Jitu Patwari. There was discussion in the meeting regarding contacting the public regarding the Lok Sabha elections. In this, the workers were asked to take the issues like unemployment and inflation to every home along with the anti-people policies of the Modi government at the Centre. Also, all the workers and officials were asked to join Rahul’s Nyaya Yatra in solidarity. In the meeting, workers from five to six districts will participate in Rahul’s rally.

Rahul’s visit will remain in the state from March 2 to March 6. It will enter the state on March 2. The yatra will pass through Morena via Gwalior, Shivpuri, Guna, Rajgarh, Shajapur, Agar-Malwa, Ujjain, Dhar, Jhabua. During this period, Rahul will hold three meetings and road shows at places like Gwalior, Guna, Raghogarh and Ujjain.

Victory will be ensured by the strength of the organization

While addressing the meeting, former CM Kamal Nath asked the workers to gather together for the elections. He said that victory will be decided only by the strength of the organization. He said that the public should be informed about Rahul Gandhi’s Nyaya Yatra and they should be included in the yatra in maximum numbers. PCC Chief Jitu Patwari said that all Congress workers should join the yatra. Planning has been done regarding elections and travel. Rahul Gandhi’s Yatra is a Yatra( Journey) to unite the country and fight for justice. There was discussion about including more and more people in it.

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