Bharat Jodo Yatra: Demonstrations in South India, Bharat Jodo Yatra takes rest, BJP raises questions

Bharat Jodo Yatra: Central Investigation Agency (NIA) and ED conducted biggest raid against Popular Front of India (PFI). Violent protests have been seen in many places including Kerala and Tamil Nadu today after this raid. Meanwhile, the Congress has said that today the Join Bharat Yatra has been rested and tomorrow the Yatra will start from Thrissur. BJP leader Kapil Mishra has made a big allegation on the Congress regarding this. Mishra has said that the Congress has banned his travel due to the closure of PFI. BJP leader Kapil Mishra, who is in the headlines for his controversial statements, tweeted, "The PFI and Islamic Jihadi organizations called for a strike today and the Congress called off its walkout today. Nothing can be worse and more shameful than this."

Why was the Bharat Joko Yatra stopped?

Congress under the leadership of Rahul Gandhi is taking out the Bharat Joko Yatra across the country, which started in Kerala. has been since This yatra has been going on for 15 days in Kerala but today the yatra has been rested. Congress has also given the reason for this. “Today we rest and strengthen our resolve to save India from hate and the end of democracy,” the Congress wrote on Twitter. We will come back tomorrow and go to Thrissur to continue our fight. That is, the Congress has made it clear that they are taking a one-day break after a 15-day journey.

There has been no reaction from the Congress on BJP leader Kapil Mishra’s tweet. Currently, the Congress and Rahul Gandhi himself are calling his Bharat Joko Yatra a success. Rahul said that his journey will be successful as he will move forward and the hatred spread in the country will end.

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