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After ‘Samvidhan Bachao’ Rally, Opposition plans to meet for strategizing 2019 elections

After the success of ‘Samvidhan Bachao’ Rally on Republic Day, the opposition parties are looking forward to form an alliance for contesting the 2019 elections against the BJP.

National Congress Party President Sharad Pawar has organized a meeting of the Opposition in Delhi on January 29, in which the other opposition parties have been invited along with the Congress party.

While the country was celebrating the Republic Day yesterday, the ‘Samvidhan Bachao’ Rally took place in Mumbai, where Hardik Patel, Alpesh Thakor, Sharad Pawar, Sharad Yadav, Omar Abdullah and many left leaders were present.

The rally started from the Dr Babasaheb Ambedkar statue and culminated at Gateway of India, in which a large number of people had talked about saving the constitution. Bharatiya Janata Party took advantage of this opportunity and organized the Tiranga Yatra across the country.

On this occasion, former Jammu and Kashmir Chief Minister Omar Abdullah said that whatever we have got is just because of the constitution, if there will be no constitution, nothing would be left. This ‘Samvidhan Bachao’ Rally should not be seen from political angle its just for saving the country and constitution.

A few days ago, Union Minister Ananth Kumar Hegde gave a controversial statement about the constitution in which he had said that the BJP government has come into power to change the constitution. Since then the opposition was demanding his resignation.

The rally was attended by all the opposition parties, but Shiv Sena which recently distanced itself from the NDA, kept itself away from this rally too.

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