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Rahul Gandhi makes it clear: Bharat Jodo Yatra can’t go ahead in bullet-proof car 

Rahul Gandhi made it clear that the Bharat Jodo Yatra can't go ahead in a bullet-proof car amid his security.

By wasmulhaq 
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New Delhi: Rahul Gandhi made it clear that the Bharat Jodo Yatra can’t go ahead in a bullet-proof car amid his security.

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The controversy regarding Rahul Gandhi’s security during the Delhi leg march of Congress’s Bharat Jodo Yatra raised the finger at the Delhi Police, but the Central Reserve Police Force claimed that the protocol was broken by the leader himself. 

This is a foot march, and the government wants me to perform the yatra in a bulletproof car, which is not possible.

“The Congress MP claimed the BJP leaders avoid bulletproof cars and violate norms, but no action was taken against them.” It means different protocols will be applied to different parties.

The BJP leaders performed their roadshows in an open vehicle, they never received any letters. Currently, they are trying to fabricate a case and are repeatedly saying Rahul Gandhi has been violating his security cover.

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Rahul added, “There is an emotion behind the foot march, and it has taught me a lot of lessons.” The senior Congress leader said while talking about his ongoing 150-day march that got underway on September 7 in Kanyakumari.

Rahul Gandhi has been sharing his thoughts and trying to transmit them to the minds of the people about ideal governance.

Speaking on the upcoming 2024 General Elections, he said, “If the opposition comes on one platform, then winning elections would be a tough job for the BJP.” Opposition parties need to go to the people with an alternative vision.

My main aim is to eradicate hatred and anger among the people.

During his Bharat Jodo Yatra, Gandhi said, “There is a need of change in the present education system, and children should be aware of the vision.”

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