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Congress leader's BIG statement on Bharat Jodo Yatra, says party to take out similar march from 'East to West' | India News

Congress chief’s BIG assertion on Bharat Jodo Yatra, says celebration to take out related march from ‘East to West’ | Information

Jaipur: The Congress will take out a march just like the continued Bharat Jodo Yatra between the jap and western areas of the nation earlier than the 2024 Lok Sabha polls, celebration chief Vibhakar Shastri stated on Tuesday. Shastri, who’s Bharat Jodo Yatra’s in-charge for Rajasthan, stated the continued foot march will enter the state within the first week of December and a large rally is deliberate at Malakheda in Alwar district. “A rally from East to West can be proposed. A street map is being ready. It is going to be performed earlier than the Lok Sabha elections,” Shastri advised reporters right here. He stated the Bharat Jodo Yatra is “fully non-political” and is geared toward decreasing the hole between the wealthy and poor, creating concord within the nation and elevating points resembling inflation and unemployment.

Shastri stated Bharat Jodo Yatra’s route for the state might be finalised on Tuesday. “It was initially a 21-day plan, however there could possibly be some adjustments as Rahul Gandhi will deal with election rallies in Gujarat,” he stated.

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The yatra will enter Rajasthan from Jhalawar and canopy Kota, Dausa and Alwar amongst different cities.

Congress will take out march just like ongoing ‘Bharat Jodo Yatra’ between jap and western areas of nation earlier than 2024 Lok Sabha polls: Occasion chief Vibhakar Shastri
— Press Belief of India (@PTI_News) November 8, 2022

Contradicting Shastri’s comment that the continued yatra was non-political, Congress chief for Rajasthan Govind  Singh Dotasra stated the foot march is in opposition to “eight years of the BJP’s misrule on the Centre”.

He stated former Congress president Rahul Gandhi had been elevating his voice in opposition to this “misrule” and mounting stress on the Union authorities.

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