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PCC Chief reviews preparation of Bharat Jodo Yatra in Alwar, Dausa

Dausa: PCC Chief Govind S Dotasra on Thursday reached Dausa and took stock of preparations for the upcoming Bharat Jodo Yatra of Congress leader Rahul Gandhi. Cabinet ministers including Mamta Bhupesh, Murari Lal Meena, Govind Singh Meghwal, MLA GR Khatana and other senior Congress leaders inspected the places where the yatra will halt briefly. The Bharat Jodo Yatra will reach Dausa district on Dec 16 and pass through Lalsot, Nangal, Bhandarej, Sikandra and Bandikui to reach Alwar. In Alwar, Dotasra inspected the arrangements being made in Malakheda for the rally. Rahul Gandhi is scheduled to address small public gatherings in Alwar. Nat’l GS Jitendra Singh, Minister Tikaram Juli , State Coordinator of Bharat Jodo Yatra Govind Ram Meghwal, and other senior Congress leaders were also present during the inspection. Congress leaders informed that a state-level rally will be organized wherein more than five lakh people take part in the rally. Dotasra said that the BJP is destroying constitutional institutions and there is an atmosphere of fear

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