As Nyay Yatra led by Rahul Gandhi entered West Bengal on Thursday, the state Congress management was apprehending main administrative hurdles following which some modifications within the schedule of the rally is perhaps made.
As the rally led by Gandhi entered the Bengal territory at Boxirhat in Tufanganj subdivision in Cooch Behar district of West Bengal, he was welcomed by senior Congress leaders, together with the state Congress president and the five-time celebration Lok Sabha member, Adhir Ranjan Chowdhury.
Meanwhile, because the entry of the rally in Bengal’s territory, it has began dealing with administrative hurdles. The authentic stage that was set as much as welcome Rahul Gandhi needed to be dismantled and raised at an alternate non-public place.
“The police themselves dismantled the original stage set up for that purpose. The cops claimed that the stage was raised without police permission on the national highway. So we had to set up the same welcome stage at a private place on the opposite side of the road, ” stated senior Congress chief from Cooch Behar district M.M. Hossain.
Incidentally, on Wednesday solely the Trinamool Congress supremo and Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee made an official announcement of her celebration contesting alone in West Bengal from all of the 42 constituencies within the state within the Lok Sabha polls scheduled this 12 months.
State Congress leaders stated that the schedule of Nyay Yatra at Jalpaiguri city on January 28 may even must be modified to an extent following the insistence of the district police authorities.
“The district police have communicated to us insisting that the Nyay Yatra rally enters Jalpaiguri town only after 2 p.m. on Sunday, since on that morning there will be a police recruitment examination in the town. Rahul Gandhi was supposed to have his lunch at the same venue where he was supposed to hold a rally. Now with the police communiqué not only the schedule of the rally will have to be changed but so will be the venue for his lunch, ” a senior state Congress chief stated.