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Rahul Gandhi sent New Year’s greetings, message given along with Bharat Jodo Yatra

Former Congress President Rahul Gandhi has congratulated the countrymen for the new year. He has shared a video clip of his Bharat Jodo Yatra on Twitter. He wrote that by 2023, a love shop will open in every street, every village, every city. Happy New Year to all of you. Along with this, let us tell you that the Bharat Jodo Yatra of Congress, which started from Kanyakumari in September, will end in Jammu and Kashmir this month.

Travel to Delhi after visiting many states

After passing through many states now Jodo Bharat Yatra has reached Delhi and will move towards UP. Through this journey, the message of ending communalism-hatred is also given to unite the country. On Saturday, Rahul Gandhi said in a statement that there was talk of the participation of UP leaders Akhilesh Yadav and Mayawati in this visit.

Akhilesh and Mayawati do not want hatred

Rahul Gandhi said that love and hate are opposites. But many people want to spread the love. I know that Akhilesh ji and Mayawati do not want hatred. The show of strength by opposition leaders in UP will be a precursor to the upcoming election season.



Rahul will be the face of PM in 2024

Significantly, a few days ago, Congress leader Kamal Nath had said that Rahul Gandhi does politics not for power but for the people of the country who puts someone in power. He said that Rahul Gandhi will be the face of the PM in 2024.

PM Modi and President Draupadi Murmu congratulated for the new year

The President of the country has congratulated the countrymen for the new year. Addressing the countrymen, he said that the dawn of the new year brings new energy in life with new happiness, goals, inspiration and great achievements. The Prime Minister of the country PM Modi also congratulated the countrymen and said that your year 2023 will be wonderful. May it be filled with hope, happiness and success. May everyone be blessed with good health.










Rahul Dev

Cricket Jounralist at Newsdesk

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