Bharat Jodo Yatra : What are the political implications of Gandhi family’s step in Bharat Jodo Yatra, Karnataka?

Bangalore: Bharat Jodo Yatra’s four-day walk in Karnataka has also energized the state Congress leaders. In the meantime, AICC president Sonia Gandhi will be walking along with Rahul Gandhi for some time on Thursday, which has further intensified the vigor of the Congress leaders.

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The differences between the Congress leaders in the state had sparked a huge debate.
But now efforts are being made to sideline the differences through the Bharat Jodo Yatra
going on In addition to that, the entire Gandhi family stepping into the state will also affect the next assembly elections.

A good chance for Rahul Gandhi to know the country and increase his charisma is around Bharat Jodo Yatra.

Sonia Gandhi will step on the fort on Thursday. He will join Priyanka Gandhi on Friday. Congress leaders are of the opinion that this will increase the luster of the Padayatra.

Another six or seven months are left for the assembly elections in the state. In such a situation, it is true that the Padayatra is giving a boost to the state Congress. Party workers are joining in the excitement. Efforts are being made to get workers from 224 constituencies to participate in the Jodo Yatra.

Through this, this walk has provided an opportunity for activists to get involved in election work. Bharat Jodo is playing an important role in resolving differences between party leaders. From the very beginning, Rahul Gandhi has been trying to resolve the differences between the leader of the Congress Legislature Party Siddaramaiah and KPCC President DK Shivakumar.

Now this effort is going on during padayatra as well. Rahul is walking along with two leaders on left and right side. By this they are chanting the mantra of unity. On the whole, seeing that the Gandhi family has supported the Bharat Jodo Yatra in the state, it will bring more vigor to the Congress from the electoral point of view.