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Delhi Traffic Police Issue Advisory For Congress Workers’ Convention To Be Held Today

Delhi Traffic Police Issue Advisory For Congress Workers’ Convention To Be Held Today

Congress is set to hold another workers convention ahead of the Lok Sabha election on Saturday. The convention will be held in Delhi and the traffic police has issued an advisory about the routes likely to be affected due to the convention at the Ramlila Ground in Geeta Colony.

According to the advisory, the Delhi unit of Congress will organise the workers’ convention between 10 AM and 5 PM. Several Congress leaders are expected to attend the event. Elaborate arrangements has been made in terms of traffic and law-and-order.

There is a possibility of heavy traffic/congestion on Pushta Road (Geeta Colony-Gandhi Nagar), Khureji Khas to Police Station Geeta Colony Road, Jheel Khuranja-Gandhi Nagar Road. Commuters are advised to avoid these stretches from 10 am to 5 pm, as per the advisory.

The commuters have been advised to observe traffic rules and road discipline and follow the directions of the traffic personnel deployed at all intersections.

State-level conventions began on January 28 from Uttarakhand followed by Odisha on January 29. Party president Mallikarjun Kharge will preside over meetings of office bearers to energise organisational cadres, KC Venugopal said.

“During the conventions, Kharge will preside over meetings of office bearers from the booth to the state level and further “energise our dedicated cadre”, Venugopal had said in a post earlier. “Right to the booth level, the Congress is all geared up for a blitzkrieg campaign!” he added.

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Meanwhile, the Rahul Gandhi led Bharat Jodo Nyay Yatra entered Jharkhand on Friday.

Last month, at a key party meeting, Kharge had said that by working night and day, we will be able to provide an alternative government to the people after the 2024 Lok Sabha elections, reported PTI.

“Leave aside differences, do not indulge in nitpicking and do not raise internal issues in the media and work as a team to ensure Congress’ victory,” he had told the gathering, according to the report. 

On January 4, senior Congress leaders from different parts of the country convened to deliberate on the party’s approach for the imminent Lok Sabha elections. The leaders discussed seat sharing with other parties and preparations for the Bharat Jodo Nyay Yatra.

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