- 16th Febrary 2022 eshita
On the festival of Ravidas Jayanti, Punjab Chief Minister Charanjit Singh Channi and Congress General Secretary Priyanka Gandhi Vadra are expected to visit Ravidas Temple in Varanasi.
On this occasion, Channi is likely to pay a visit to Varanasi. The Congress party released a list of star campaigners for the UP Assembly elections on February 14, which featured Channi’s name.
Although both Channi and Priyanka Gandhi are expected to arrive at different times, the visit is claimed to have been arranged with a focus on Dalit votes in both Punjab and Uttar Pradesh, where assembly elections are now taking place.
According to sources, Channi will arrive in Varanasi by air around 5 a.m. and proceed straight to the Ravidas Mandir. He is predicted to perform well. According to sources, Channi will arrive in Varanasi by air around 5 a.m. and proceed straight to the Ravidas Mandir. He is scheduled to fly back to Punjab at around 7 a.m.
Priyanka Gandhi and Rahul Gandhi, the Congress MP for Wayanad, are anticipated to arrive in Varanasi about 11 a.m. Both leaders will immediately proceed to Ravidas Temple to pray. After that, Priyanka would travel to Kanpur for a door-to-door campaign.
VHP Activists Detained After Attempt to Enter Taj Mahal and Recite Hanuman Chalisa
Activists from the Vishwa Hindu Parishad (VHP) were apprehended after attempting to enter the Taj Mahal grounds to recite the Hanuman Chalisa.
The initiative was created as a response to the Karnataka hijab controversy.
The group’s leader, Ashish Arya, vice president of VHP Braj region, stated they planned to enter the Taj Mahal and perform the Hanuman Chalisa while wearing “saffron scarves.” “to counteract the Hijab controversy
“Each educational institute has its own dress code, but some anti-social individuals are attempting to destabilise the atmosphere by staging a hijab protest,” “He went on to say that if this is allowed, people of other religions will be able to wear their religious insignia as well.
Some people, according to Arya, are aiming to polarise votes for the next Assembly elections by stoking religious feelings in the context of Hijab.
All of the protestors were transported to the Hariparvat police station and were eventually released after reciting the Hanuman Chalisa.