Bharat Jodo Yatra travels 1,000km as it enters Ballari on Saturday – The New Indian Express

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D HIREHAL (ANDHRA PRADESH): The Bharat Jodo Yatra, led by Congress leader Rahul Gandhi, will complete the 1,000 kilometer landmark on Saturday morning when it reaches the town of Ballari, where the party is holding a mega-convention. Although it is called a non-political yatra, KPCC Chairman DK Shivakumar told TNIE, “No one is a saint in politics and Congress will reap rich dividends from this yatra.”

The 3,570 kilometer march from Kanyakumari to Kashmir appears to have corrected differences between Congress leaders and energized the party by attracting large crowds. Many Congress leaders also see the yatra as an attempt to bolster the party’s base ahead of the 2024 Lok Sabha and 2023 Karnataka Assembly elections. Priyank Kharge, chairman of the party’s communications wing, told TNIE: “As it is.”

On the yatra covering 1,000 km, he said: “The distance traveled does not matter because it is a mission. Rahul is not interested in the number of kilometers traveled, but worries about its impact. When the country is at a crossroads, the yatra gives people hope for a future free of economic inequality, unemployment and corruption by highlighting the problems created by central and state governments. Rahul is not here to create records, but to ensure India gets back on the path to progress.

The real feat is when Rahul stands in Kashmir, accomplishing the mission he was set for. This is to protect the idea of ​​India that our ancestors envisioned, Priyank said. He accepted Rahul to follow his grandmother Indira Gandhi’s legacy. “Nothing wrong with following in his footsteps. Her steely determination could come from her. While interacting with civilian workers, Rahul told them to be lionesses otherwise no one would notice them and their problems. “My grandmother was a lioness and I was inspired by her,” Rahul told them.

D HIREHAL (ANDHRA PRADESH): The Bharat Jodo Yatra, led by Congress leader Rahul Gandhi, will complete the 1,000 kilometer landmark on Saturday morning when it reaches the town of Ballari, where the party is holding a mega-convention. Although it is called a non-political yatra, KPCC Chairman DK Shivakumar told TNIE, “No one is a saint in politics and Congress will reap rich dividends from this yatra.” The 3,570 kilometer march from Kanyakumari to Kashmir appears to have corrected differences between Congress leaders and energized the party by attracting large crowds. Many Congress leaders also see the yatra as an attempt to bolster the party’s base ahead of the 2024 Lok Sabha and 2023 Karnataka Assembly elections. Priyank Kharge, chairman of the party’s communication wing, told TNIE: “In the state.” On the yatra covering 1,000 km, he said: “The distance traveled does not matter because is a mission. Rahul is not interested in the number of kilometers traveled, but is concerned about its impact. When the country is at a crossroads, the yatra gives people hope for a future without inequalities economic, unemployment-free and corruption-free by highlighting the problems created by central and state governments. Rahul is not here to create records, but to ensure that India gets back on the path of progress. The real feat is when Rahul stands in Kashmir, fulfilling the mission for which he was set. It is to protect the idea of ​​India that our ancestors had envisioned, Priyank said. He accepted Rahul to follow the legacy of her grandmother Indira Gandhi “Nothing wrong with following in her footsteps. Her steely determination could get away from her. While interacting with civilian workers, Rahul told them to be lionesses otherwise no one would notice them and their problems. “My grandmother was a lioness and I was inspired by her,” Rahul told them.

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