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Rajni asks cadres to make BJY a grand success
Yatra to touch Lakhanpur on 19th January
1/13/2023 10:24:24 PM
Early Times Report
JAMMU, Jan 13: AICC incharge JK affairs Rajni Patil MP today asked the cadres to make the Bharat Jodo Yatra a grand success, which is expected to touch Lakhanpur on January 19.
She said this while reviewing the preparations and overall arrangements for the upcomming Bharat Jodo Yatra in Jammu She was chairing a meeting of workers of DCC Jammu Urban and Jammu Rural, attended by senior leaders of the party, including PCC functionaries and prominent leaders of different wings,
JKPCC President Vikar Rasool Wani, AICC Jt. Secretary Manoj Yadav, Working President Raman Bhalla, Ex Dy CM Tara Chand, AICC coordinators Jitu Patwari, Kameshwar Patel, Mula Ram, Yogesh Sawhney, Ravinder Sharma, Th Balwan Singh, Kanta Bhan, Rajnish Sharma Manmohan Singh, Th Balbir Singh, Th Hari Singh, Pranab Shagotra, Gurdarshan Singh, Shashi Sharma, Pawan Raina, Shiv Kumar, Karan Bhagat, Suresh Dogra, Deepika Pushkar Nath, Bilal Raseed, Narinder Gupta, Sahil Sharma, Sanjeev Panda, Iftikhar Ahmed, Ajaz Chaudhary Udey Chib, Rajveer Singh, Satish Sharma, Ch Dwarka, Bhanu Mahajan, Thomas Khokhar Balbir Singh & others.
Addressing the gathering Rajni Patil took stock of the preparations and arrangements for the Yatra right from Lakhanpur to Jammu and ahead including mobilisation, transport and accomodation etc. She was told that all areangements are în place and a massive response awaits Rahul Gandhi who will be joined by top leaders of different political parties and others apart from warm reception enroute.
Shri advised the senior party leaders to leave no stone unturned to make the Yatra a Historical event despite inclement weather and severe cold conditions.
JKPCC President Vikar Rasool wani and Other senior leaders shared their inputs while AICC jt secretary Co incharge JK affairs besides AICC coordinators also shared their experiences about the Yatra în rest of the country în order to make it grand success.
Later Rajni Patil and AICC leaders coordinators alongwith senior PCC leaders had a meeting with the security advisor Shri Byju about the route and other aspects of the conduct of the Yatra.
The final touches shall be given to the entire schedule of Yatra în a couple of days after assessing the entire route upto Srinagar.
Later Rajni Patil alongwith K.V. Byju, AICC & JKPCC leaders including PCC Chief Vikar Rasool Wani and GA Mir besides others left for Srinagar by road to take stock of arrangements enroute. She will take stock of the arrangements în a meeting în Srinagar tomorrow.
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