New Delhi: Today is the 46th day of Congress’s ‘Bharat Jodo Yatra’ led by former Congress President and MP Rahul Gandhi. Rahul Gandhi on Sunday started his padyatra from Yermarus Village in Raichur, Karnataka. Many leaders and workers joined this yatra.
This journey of Rahul Gandhi entered Telangana at 10 am on Sunday. On this occasion, all the big leaders and workers of Telangana Congress welcomed him and joined the padyatra. This padyatra will pass through Gudbelloor in Mahbubnagar.
LIVE: While everyday at #BharatJodoYatra is a celebration, today we start the day with festivities in the air. May this auspicious day bring us success in achieving our goal of a united India. https://t.co/GdLYEcqDsh
— Congress (@INCIndia) October 23, 2022
The trip will come to an end here. In honour of Diwali, the yatra will take a break from October 24 through October 26. On October 27, the yatra will start in Telangana. Jairam Ramesh, the national general secretary of the Congress, revealed this information via Twitter.
Rahul Gandhi’s India couples journey has covered more than 1100 km so far. It is being told that in view of Diwali, the yatra will not be held on October 24 and 25, while on October 26, the newly elected President of Congress Mallikarjun Kharge will take charge. A special function has been organized at the party headquarters on this occasion. It is believed that Rahul Gandhi may also be involved in this.
A ray of light will emerge from this gloom. The audience present at Raichur’s public meeting is conveying the same message.” In Hindi, Congress Party tweeted.
The youth are the future.
India is destined to reach greater heights when the young minds work hand-in-hand.#BharatJodoYatra pic.twitter.com/sM2F1O1k9i
— Congress (@INCIndia) October 23, 2022
The 3570 kilometre long Yatra, which started on September 7 in Kanniyakumari, will march a total of 2355 km more.
The Bharat Jodo Yatra’s Andhra Pradesh leg came to an end on October 21. Rahul Gandhi, the leader of the Congress, thanked the populace on Friday for their resounding support and vowed to keep his promises to the populace and the State.
The Wayanad MP stated in a message to the residents of Andhra Pradesh, “As the Bharat Jodo Yatra leaves Andhra Pradesh this morning, we want to express our gratitude to the populace for all of their support and encouragement.
He claimed that discussions he had with various groups while on the Yatra in Andhra Pradesh had made a number of important issues affecting the populace more apparent.
“The Congress party is steadfast in its commitment to give Andhra Pradesh special category status and to create a single capital in Amaravati. We are in favour of keeping the Visakhapatnam Steel Plant in the public sector as a resource for the Indian people. We saw that the state government in Andhra Pradesh has been gradually undermining the Panchayati Raj system, and we vehemently reject this attack on democratic institutions. We’ll also keep amplifying the voices of the numerous stakeholders we engaged with over the past three days, including farmers, young people, women, and workers “the leader of Congress stated.
The former president of the Congress recalled the promises made to the Andhra Pradeshi people in 2014 and stated that his party is committed to seeing that the promises made are kept.
On Friday, the Bharat Jodo Yatra’s Andhra Pradesh phase came to an end as the march once more entered Karnataka.
On Friday morning, Rahul Gandhi resumed his padayatra at Mantralayam Temple Circle in the Andhra Pradesh district of Kurnool.
At Panchmukhi Arch, Gillesugur, Raichur in Karnataka, he crossed the Andhra border.
Rahul Gandhi had previously stated that the Bharat Jodo Yatra received a fantastic amount of support in Andhra Pradesh and mentioned that his party’s leaders were also somewhat taken aback by the passion and response.
Yatra arrived in Andhra Pradesh on October18.
Starting on September 7, 2022, the Bharat Jodo Yatra will travel across as many as 12 states.
The Yatra began in Kanyakumari and would finish in Kashmir the following year, travelling a distance of 25 kilometres each day.
A historic occasion for the Congress and the entire nation, the 3500 km yatra. The Congress earlier released a statement claiming that it is the longest march on foot undertaken by any Indian politician in the country’s history.