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Pune Congress holds Jansanvad Yatra | Pune News

The Pune City Congress held a Jansanvad Yatra in the Cantonment area on Saturday evening to highlight the alleged high-handedness of Prime Minister Narendra Modi-led BJP government, its arbitrary decisions, increasing government interventions in Constitutional procedures, inflation, and unemployment.

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Many senior leaders of the Pune Congress unit participated in the march that was led by senior Congress leader Prithviraj Chavan. Ramesh Iyer, a spokesperson of the Congress, said, “People warmly welcomed the leaders… People shared their support for inclusive politics and voiced their grievances against the present regime.”

The march commenced from Indira Gandhi Chowk and passed through Central Street Police Chowki, Kolsa Galli, Bhople Chowk, Qureshi Masjid, Goodluck Hotel, Vakhar Chowk, Chudaman Talim, Juna Motor Stand, Bhavani Mata Mandir, Bankar Talim, Dadapir Darga, Chhaya Tokiz, A.D. Camp Chowk, Rajewadi, Courter Gate, Sant Kabir Chowk, Manusha Masjid, Rasta Peth Power House Chowk, and culminated at Narpatgir Chowk.

City Congress president Arvind Shinde, MLA Ravindra Dhangekar, Maharashtra Pradesh Congress Vice President and former Minister Ramesh Bagwe, Maharashtra Pradesh Congress Vice President and former MLA Mohan Joshi, State Secretary Abhay Chhajed, former Minister Balasaheb Shivarkar, former MLA Deepti Choudhari were among those who participated in the yatra.

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