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Rallying for Democracy: Imran Pasha leads 350 people – Save Democracy rally in Times Square, NY

NYC: In a powerful demonstration of solidarity and commitment to democratic values, the Save Democracy rally was held at Times Square, New York, organized by Imran Pasha, President of Indian Overseas Congress New York Chapter.

The rally, which saw an impressive turnout of about 350 people, symbolized the collective voice of diverse communities rallying behind the principles of inclusion and diversity, which are integral to India’s journey towards becoming a true global superpower. At the forefront of this movement is Rahul Gandhi, whose leadership embodies the vision of progress and collective upliftment for India’s 1.2 billion people.

Rahul Gandhi’s Bharat Jodo Yatra and Nyay Yatra initiatives have garnered immense belief and support from people across India, offering five transformative schemes aimed at benefiting the common man. Speaking at the rally, IOC New York chapter president Imran Pasha highlighted the importance of safeguarding democratic ideals and fostering a society that embraces all its citizens.

The event resonated with the spirit of unity and progress, reinforcing India’s strength in its diverse tapestry of cultures, languages, and traditions. The Congress party’s ability to bring together diverse communities aligns with India’s strength in inclusion and diversity, essential for its journey towards becoming a true superpower.

“We are here today to reaffirm our commitment to democracy, inclusivity, and progress,” said Imran Pasha. Speaking at the rally, prominent leaders from various chapters echoed that “Rahul Gandhi’s leadership represents hope and vision for a better, more equitable India. Together, we stand united in our belief in a brighter future for all.”

The Save Democracy rally stands as a testament to the unwavering resolve of the Indian community and its allies in upholding the values of democracy, equality, and justice. Leaders from IOC team Harbachan Singh, Secretary General, Randhawa Dave Vice President, Pradeep Samala, IOC Working President were also present, further emphasizing the strong support and dedication towards building a united and inclusive India.

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