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Jan Aakrosh Yatra: After Dance video goes viral Rajasthan BJP chief seeks explanation from district unit

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RAJASTHAN BJP president Satish Poonia on Thursday sought an rationalization from the party’s district unit leaders after a video clip circulated on social media confirmed a female dancing on a phase established up for the Jan Aakrosh Yatra in Alwar district.

The ruling Congress qualified the Opposition around the online video, with social gathering leader Alka Lamba sharing it on Twitter and asking the BJP to “have some shame”.

“A circumstance from your district’s Kherli city has arrive to my detect via community medium, whereby a female can be noticed dancing on the BJP Jan Aakrosh Mahasabha stage. As a result of this incident, an endeavor has been designed to tarnish the impression of the social gathering, which is a make a difference of significant indiscipline,” Poonia wrote in his letter to Sanjay Naruka, BJP president for Alwar south, on Thursday.

Poonia sought particulars about the programme’s organisers and asked the Alwar BJP to quickly send out him all aspects of the circumstance.

When contacted, Alwar south BJP president Sanjay Naruka accused the Congress for the incident.

“The incident (video clip) is from January 3. The Jan Aakrosh rally had ended and persons were packing up, eradicating the posters, when the dance was performed. Persons from the Congress orchestrated the dance to tarnish the image of the BJP,” reported Naruka.

The Rajasthan BJP launched its Jan Aakrosh Yatra on November 27 with an intention to go over all two hundred constituencies in the state and connect to the public the “failures” of the incumbent Congress government.

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