Former Congress National President Rahul Gandhi will unveil a life-size statue of former Haryana CM Bhajan Lal today. Rahul Gandhi will unveil it through video conferencing. Soon 16 statues of Bhajan Lal will be installed across the country.
Former CM Bhajanlal: The first statue of former Haryana Chief Minister Chaudhary Bhajanlal will be unveiled today. It will be unveiled by former Congress National President Rahul Gandhi. This statue has been installed in Adampur. A function has been organized in Adampur on this occasion. Along with this, 16 statues of Bhajan Lal will soon be installed at different places across the country.
Kuldeep Bishnoi will bring people scattered from Congress on one platform
Through the first statue unveiling ceremony, his son former MP and MLA Kuldeep Bishnoi is going to do a state-level program in Adampur on Wednesday. Congress vice-president Rahul Gandhi was at Adampur, Hisar through video conferencing. Will address the people gathered at Bhajanlal’s tomb. For this program, Kuldeep Bishnoi has sent invitations to all the front line leaders of Congress and MLAs and former MLAs.
Kuldeep Bishnoi is also a member of the All India Congress Working Committee. Kuldeep, who has been an MP from Hisar and Bhiwani, is currently with his father Late. He is representing Bhajanlal from the traditional Adampur assembly seat. Congress state in-charge Vivek Bansal will attend this program.
Kuldeep Bishnoi on behalf of All India Bishnoi Mahasabha Preparations are on to install 16 statues of Bhajan Lal. His first statue will be installed in Adampur and the second in Mukam Dham in Rajasthan. These statues are being made in Pune and one statue is about 700 kg.
Devilal Bishnoi’s sons Vikrant Bishnoi and Sanjay Gautam, who were among Bhajanlal’s old comrades, said that preparations are on on a large scale to bring back the vote bank that had gone from Congress to BJP back to their homes. In this episode, Kuldeep Bishnoi is busy with his life. It is said that Kuldeep will demonstrate his political power in front of the high command.