New Delhi: ‘Bharat Jodo Yatra’ has reached Madhya Pradesh on Sunday (November 20). However, it is halted for two days as Senior Congress leader has arrived Gujarat to campaign for upcoming polls.
The ‘Yatra’ will resume from Burhanpur district on November 23.
Rahul Gandhi-led ‘Bharat Jodo Yatra’ will continue and reach Indore district on November 24 despite receiving a death threat to Rahul Gandhi and former Madhya Pradesh Chief Minister Kamalnath.
Earlier, a letter was found outside a sweet shop in Indore threatened to bomb Congress leader Rahul Gandhi as soon as he arrives in the city.
The letter also stated that former Madhya Pradesh Chief Minister Kamalnath will also be shot dead as a revenge of 1984 riots in India.
“…very soon Kamal Nath will be shot at the time of Rahul Gandhi’s visit to Indore, Rahul Gandhi will be sent to Rajiv Gandhi,” read the letter.
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Promptly reacting to the letter, the police have initiated the probe to prevent such possible attacks.