New stage of ‘Jodo India’, Congress’s visit reaches Kerala, Priyanka Gandhi may be involved

India Jodo Yatra has traveled to Tamil Nadu and has entered Kerala. Most of the passengers, who were on a padyatra with former Congress President Rahul Gandhi, changed as they entered from one state to another. This means that with Rahul now new states and guest travelers will undertake padyatra. The yatra in Kerala will cover a distance of 450 km in about 19 days.

Three types of passengers are doing padyatra with Rahul Gandhi. There are about 120 India travelers, who will travel three and a half thousand kilometers from Kanyakumari to Kashmir. Along with this, 100 state passengers of that state through which the journey is passing will travel along. In such a situation, with entering Kerala, 100 state travelers from Tamil Nadu have been replaced by state travelers from Kerala.

Changes have been made to guest passengers. The passengers belonging to the states through which the journey is not passing, have been given the name of guest travellers. The Yatra is passing through 12 states, two union territories. There are 28 states and eight union territories in the country. In such a situation, taluks from 16 states and six union territories will be included in the yatra as guest passengers.

According to a party leader related to the arrangement of the yatra, the passengers of the states through which the passengers are not passing, will join the journey for a fixed time at different places. According to a senior party leader, Congress General Secretary Priyanka Gandhi Vadra may participate in the Bharat Jodo Yatra in Kerala from September 19 to 22.

The party has instructed the office-bearers to join the office-bearers as guest passengers at different places after some interval. So that, the number of pedestrians traveling during the journey can be maintained.

Yatra Rahul Gandhi spreads the prevailing thoughts in Kerala

Congress leader Rahul Gandhi on Sunday said that the state of Kerala respects everyone. It does not allow itself to be divided or spread hatred. India Jodo Yatra is an extension of these ideas.

Gandhi said it is normal for the people of Kerala to stand together, work in harmony. The message that Congress is trying to spread through the yatra is not a new one. This is a very old message, which is in the DNA of Kerala.

Anurag Thakur surrounds Congress on Yatra

Union Minister Anurag Thakur visited Thane on Sunday as part of BJP’s outreach program for the 2024 Lok Sabha elections. He made fun of Congress’s ‘Bharat Jodo Yatra’ led by Rahul Gandhi and said that those who worked to break the country are now organizing such yatras. BJP officials said that Thakur would meet party workers and listen to their problems during their three-day visit to Kalyan parliamentary seat in Thane district.

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