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Rahul stops Yatra, pays tributes to Pulwama attack martyrs
1/28/2023 11:06:15 PM

Early Times Report

Srinagar, Jan 28: A day after an alleged security breach, the Rahul Gandhi-led Bharat Jodo Yatra went smoothly on Saturday.
On the day two of the Yatra in Kashmir, Rahul's yatra started from Awantipora and it stopped for a brief time at the Lethpora along the Srinagar Jammu highway to pay tributes to the CRPF personnel killed in a suicide bombing on February 14, 2019.
Lethpora was the spot where an explosive-laden vehicle driven by a local suicide bomber of Jaish-e-Mohammad rammed into a CRPF convoy on February 2019, killing 40 of the personnel. The Lethpora attack had brought India and Pakistan at the brink of war.
Rahul paid respects to CRPF personnel killed in the deadly attack.
The former Congress president paid tributes to CRPF men day after veteran Congress leader Digvijay Singh questioned the surgical strike. However, Rahul had distanced himself from Digvijay's statement.
The rally which began from Chursoo Awantipora village was joined by People Democratic Party (PDP) chief Mehbooba Mufti along with her daughter and mother. Rahul's sister and Congress leader Priyana Gandhi joined the yatra at Lethpora for the last few kilometers before the culmination of Saturday's programme.
Officials said the security along the Srinagar Jammu highway was stepped up on Saturday to ensure smooth Yatra in Kashmir. A three-tier security was in place for the yatra on Saturday, officials said.
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