War veterans & priests at venue as Congress gives focus to symbolism
The Morning Standard|December 17, 2021
THE public rally of Rahul Gandhi in Dehradun was replete with two elements that the BJP claims its own — armed forces-centric nationalism and Hinduism.

Jay Singh Rawat, a political commentator based in Dehradun, said: “Uttarakhand is known as Devbhoomi (Land of Gods) and Sainya Bhoomi (Land of Warriors). The Congress has tried level best to send the message across.”

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