Bharat Jodo Yatra enters its eleventh day, here’s her plan of action


New Delhi: The Congress’ Bharat Jodo Yatra entered its 11th day on Sunday. Yatra is currently in Kerala and will pass through the state for the next 12 days. The party leaders led by Rahul Gandhi started their march from Alappuzha today. After completing the 200 km, congress leaders resumed the Kerala station of Yatra from Haribad in Alappuzha district on Sunday morning.

This 3,500 km march from Kanyakumari to Kashmir will end in 150 days and will cover 12 states. This flight from Kerala will arrive in Karnataka on September 30th. It will remain over Karnataka for 21 days before moving north. The ‘badiatra It will cover a distance of 25 km per day.

Rahul Gandhi described this elitra as a battle against exploitation. Gandhi said in a tweet on Twitter, “Fair wages, protection from exploitation, medical benefits, guaranteed pensions, and social security. All this and more Gudo Yatra spices fighting for. “

According to the Congress, the Bharat Jodu Yatra is organized to counter the divisive politics of the BJP-led center. This is to make the people of the country aware of the dangers of economic inequality, social polarization and political centralization.

Rahul Gandhi said that the spirit of the Bharat Gudu Yatra is to bring together Indians regardless of religion and society and remind them that this is one country and it will only succeed when we stand together and respect each other. . The yatra includes badiyatras, assemblies and public meetings, which will later be attended by top Congress leaders including Sonia Gandhi and Priyanka Gandhi Vadra.

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