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Bharat Jodo Yatra to prove unifying bond: Adv.Suresh
1/10/2023 10:10:24 PM
Early Times Report
JAMMU, Jan 10: Chairman OBC Pradesh Congress Committee J&K Adv. Suresh Dogra has mobilised all the people's of of J&K for the participation in the up-Coming Bharat Jodo Yatra irrespective of their caste colour & creed. He said that the aim of Bharat Jodo Yatra is to unite the India into come together and to strengthen our nation and also to know about the grievances of every section of society that is unemployment among youth, the issues of each state and UT's, the grievances f SCs STs OBC's. The Yatra has been passed through 12 states and culminating in Jammu & Kashmir spanning a distance of nearly 3500 kms over the course of about 150 days.
Adv. Suresh Dogra with all it's team members met various organizations of OBCs & their representative & aware them about the motto of Bharat Jodo Yatra & also assured them that in the leadership of Rahul Gandh, the nation will write a new history for the other backward classes especially for the OBCs of J&K. The Bharat Jodo Yatra shall remove all the differences & also remove the nefarious design of hatred policies by some hate creators in the nation. The Barat Jodo Yatra is a celebration of India's unity, it's cultural diversity & the incredible fortitude for its people. This is an open Invitation to all Indians to walk with us.
The prominent who participated Raj Kumar Mehra (District Chairman OBC Deptt. Jammu). Gurpreet Dogra Sunny Kashyap, Vijay Vishawkarma, Pawan, Sunny Mehra, Janak Mehra & others.
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