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Priyanka Gandhi’s Kisan mahapanchayat in Mathura today, to protest against new agricultural laws

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In Sri Krishna’s city of Mathura, the National General Secretary of Congress Priyanka Gandhi Vadra will today protest against the new agricultural laws. She will reach Palikheda Maidan in front of the Saunkh Road petrol pump ahead of the Mandi intersection at 11 am. The farmers will address the mahapanchayat here. To make the mahapanchayat successful, the team of Congress central and state officials has already arrived in Mathura. Many big leaders will also accompany the National General Secretary of the Congress.

The Congress is supporting the ongoing farmers’ protest against the new agricultural laws. In this series, Congress National General Secretary Priyanka Gandhi will address the Kisan Mahapanchayat at Palikheda Maidan in Mathura on Tuesday. She will reach Palikheda Ground at 11 am.

The UP Congress and the team of central officials who have already come to the district include state president Ajay Kumar Lallu, national secretary Rohit Chaudhary, district in-charge Amit Singh etc., while National General Secretary Priyanka Gandhi along with senior Congress leader Rajiv Shukla, Pramod Tiwari, former cabinet ministers Pradeep Jain, Vivek Bansal, Pankaj Malik and Rajya Sabha MP Deepender Hooda will also visit.

Religious times changed

The time of Priyanka Gandhi‘s visit to Vrindavan, visit Thakur Bankebihari Ji, worship of the Yamuna, and other religious programs including Kumbh Snan has suddenly changed. For this, if the crowd of Kisan Mahapanchayat does not go towards Vrindavan, the Congress General Secretary will first reach Vrindavan after the Kisan Mahapanchayat of Palikheda.

Earlier it was told that Priyanka Gandhi would first go to Vrindavan. Congress National Secretary Rohit Chaudhary told that Priyanka Gandhi will go to Vrindavan after the Kisan Mahapanchayat. It is believed that during the visit to Vrindavan, Priyanka Gandhi will meet the saints after bathing in the Yamuna.

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