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Maharashtra Youth Congress' innovative protest against NDA rule in state; performs yoga on streets

Protestors led by state president Satyajeet Tambe this morning gathered in front of Gandhi statue at Shaganj locality and performed Yoga to expose the BJP led state and the central government

Published: 31st October 2018 04:21 PM  |   Last Updated: 31st October 2018 04:22 PM   |  A+A-

Yoga

Image for representational purpose for Yoga.

By UNI

AURANGABAD: Maharashtra Pradesh Youth Congress on Wednesday staged state-wide agitation by performing 'Yoga', on the occasion of completion of four years of BJP-Shiv Sena led government in Maharashtra to 'expose the government for their non-performance' during the past four years.

Protestors led by state president Satyajeet Tambe this morning gathered in front of Gandhi statue at Shaganj locality and performed Yoga to expose the BJP led state and the central government and also reminded them and the leaders of their tall promises that they had made to the Youth, women, farmers, farm workers, businessmen, traders and all others sections of the society and misled them for their electoral benefit in 2014.

During the agitation, they raised numbers of anti-BJP slogans against Fadanvis government.



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