Dehradun: President of Uttarakhand Congress Election Steering Committee and former Chief Minister Harish Rawat said that we do not compete with the BJP who believe in Sanatan Dharma. Congress will go to the people only on the issues of public problems, development and public welfare. The announcement of the Congress in the elections will be Jai Shree Ganesh. BJP talks of Hindutva. We are Hindus who follow Sanatan Dharma. Have faith in the principles of Sanatan Dharma and behave like this. Assembly elections are to be held in the state next year.
For this, the Congress is also engaged in full preparations. After assuming the command of the State Congress Election Steering Committee, the party’s national general secretary Harish Rawat is now preparing the outline of the programs. In this episode, he said that all the programs of the Congress will start with the proclamation of Jai Shri Ganesh. Lord Shri Ganesh is the adorable god of all. His name is taken before starting every important work. This is the reason why Congress has decided to start the program with the chant of Jai Shri Ganesh. At the same time, he said that the Congress state president is also Ganesh (Ganesh Godiyal). He said that Hindutva is the pitch of the BJP.
The Congress, not the BJP, will play on its own pitch. Congress believes and believes in Sanatan Dharma. The party behaves accordingly. He said that the Congress would go to the people regarding the problems of the common man, development of the state and issues related to the common man. After this, former Chief Minister Rawat also put a post in the Internet media. He also started it with Jai Shree Ganesh. He wrote that after playing the role of a constructively savvy opposition in the House and on the road, now the Congress is taking out the Parivartan Yatra. The Congress will bring out the truth of the BJP government’s work in the public’s court. During this, he will also talk with the public regarding the future of Uttarakhand. Parivartan Yatra will be started from the martyr site of Khatima from September 3.