Rahul Gandhi Asked to Enter Batadrava Than After 3 PM; Opts for Protest Instead

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Monday, January 22, 2024
Rahul Gandhi Asked to Enter Batadrava Than After 3 PM; Opts for Protest Instead
Controversy Unfolds at Batadrava Than: Allegations of Congress Disruption Amidst Sacred Ceremonies
Assam, January 22, 2024: In a surprising turn of events, Rahul Gandhi's visit to the revered site of Mahapurush Sankardev's birthplace, Batadrava Than in Assam, is marred by allegations of propaganda and disruption. The Than's authority had extended a specific invitation, suggesting a visit after 3 PM.

Scheduled Visit Under Scrutiny:
The meticulously planned timing of Rahul Gandhi's visit to Batadrava Than after 3 PM,  is now under scrutiny amidst reports of chaos and alleged propaganda by Congress members.

Unusual Unrest on Sacred Occasion:
The unexpected unrest on this sacred day, coupled with the ongoing Bharat Jodo Nyay Yatra, raises questions about the intersection of politics and religious sentiments.

Serious Accusations Against Congress:
Serious accusations are surfacing, suggesting that Congress may be involved in a deliberate attempt to create disruption for political gains during Rahul Gandhi's visit to Batadrava Than.

Congress Announces Protest:
In response to alleged interference and restrictions, Congress leaders announce a protest, emphasizing their intent to highlight what they perceive as an unjust attempt to hinder their activities at Batadrava Than.

Appeals for Reverence and Clarity:
Calls for reverence towards the sanctity of Batadrava Than and a transparent clarification regarding the deviation from the specified timing are resonating amidst the unfolding controversy.

Nation's Gaze on Political Involvement in Sacred Sites:
As the nation watches closely, the incident at Batadrava Than emphasizes the delicate interplay of politics and religious sentiments. The charged political atmosphere in Assam intensifies against the backdrop of the imminent Pran Pratishtha ceremony in Ayodhya, emphasizing the need for sensitivity and responsible engagement with sacred sites.