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Cong gears up for Rahul Gandhi rally on Feb 3


PATNA: With just two days left for the Congress’s ‘Jan Akanksha rally’, the birthday celebration is operating on a conflict footing to make the programme a success.


Posters and banners have flooded the roads leading to Gandhi Maidan, the venue of the rally, where a tent is also being built by means of the birthday celebration. The birthday celebration is establishing its solo rally in the state after a gap of 28 years. The February three rally, to be addressed by means of Congress president Rahul Gandhi, is being organised by means of the birthday celebration with an eye fixed at the Lok Sabha election.


Chairman of BPCC analysis department and manifesto advisory committee Anand Mabhab said over 1.25 lakh other people would achieve the town a day prior to the rally. “Quarters of 27 MLAs shall be used to accommodate the Congress supporters who will achieve right here from across the state. Unlike different political parties, we have no longer booked expensive lodges to accommodate our supporters as we don't seem to be a wealthy birthday celebration,” he said. Interestingly, quarters of a few MLAs from rival political parties can also be utilized by the Congress for the rally.


BPCC spokesperson Rajesh Rathore said maximum posters dotting the town have been put by means of the birthday celebration staff of their individual capacities. “BPCC has hardly ever post 25 posters in the town,” said Rathore.


The BPCC also opened its regulate room on Wednesday and introduced two helpline numbers – 9708316316 and 9708317317 – for the ease of the ones attending the rally. Subodh Kumar, who is heading the birthday celebration’s regulate room, said other people having any query associated with lodging or medical help can use the helpline numbers. “At least 20,000 other people shall be accommodated at the tent being set up at Gandhi Maidan. They can also be supplied food. Besides, dry food and water can also be to be had at Gandhi Maidan from 8am to 8pm on Sunday,” Subodh added.


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