Emotional moment seen again, Rahul Gandhi says, ‘I can walk 1000 miles more for this’


Bharat Jodo Yatra: Congress leader Rahul Gandhi began the final leg of his Bharat Jodo Yatra in Kerala on Thursday morning. Gandhi started on foot from the Marthoma College Junction area of ​​Chungthara, accompanied by a crowd of supporters. This procession halts at CKHS Manimooli in Vazhikadavu after covering about 8.6 kilometers.

According to the itinerary, Gandhi will drive from Vazhikkadavu to the Government Arts and Science College in Gudalur, Tamil Nadu. The procession will start at around 5 pm at the Government College of Arts and Science, Gudalur and will end at Gudalur Bus Stand after covering about 5.5 kilometers.

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“I can walk another 1,000 kilometers at this moment”: Rahul Gandhi

Congress leader Rahul Gandhi gave a touching message about meeting a young girl during the Bharat Jodo Yatra. “I can go a thousand miles for a moment like this,” the Congress leader said in a photo with the girl.

Rahul Gandhi is using the yatra to reconnect the Congress with its roots across the country. Experts are looking at the entire exercise through the lens of the 2024 general elections. Some commentators feel that Rahul Gandhi’s visit will help him become a national and grassroots leader.

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There were many emotional moments during the yatra. A video of a girl ecstatic about meeting the Congress leader also went viral on Wednesday. They were spotted smiling as she shed tears of joy after being allowed to march alongside the Congress leader.

The following video was handled by Congress-led Bharat Jodo on Twitter: “No caption required. There is only love.”

A similar scenario happened earlier this year when schoolgirls in Kerala introduced Gandhi to Korean pop, or K-pop and the global hit BTS.

The 3,570-km journey, which will begin on September 8 in Kanyakumari, Tamil Nadu, is scheduled to end in Jammu and Kashmir.

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