India’s dream is broken, not shattered, Rahul Gandhi tweeted. India is connecting in order to share a common dream. 100 kilometres of the route have been covered.
News Delhi: Rahul Gandhi, a former president of the Congress, declared on Monday that the purpose of his travel in the Bharat Jodo Yatra is to link the aspirations of the country. According to him, the government’s policies had broken but not destroyed the country’s dream. In order to restore the connections between this dream, he is walking 3600 kilometres from Kanyakumari to Kashmir.
India’s dream is broken, not shattered, Rahul Gandhi tweeted. India is connecting in order to share a common dream. 100 kilometres have been travelled, but the pilgrimage has just started.
On Sunday, Congress leader Rahul Gandhi’s “Bharat Jodo Yatra” arrived in Parsala, which is close to the Kerala border. Rahul Gandhi’s “Bharat Jodu Yatra” from Wayanad, Kerala, was welcomed by KPCC President and MP K Sidhakaran, Leader of the Opposition in the Kerala Assembly VD Satisan, and AICC General Secretary Tariq. Anwar, top-ranking Congressmen Ramesh Channithala, Oommen Chandy, Dr. Shashi Tharoor, MM Hasan, Kodikunil Suresh, and other senior Congressmen did. The Yatra is based on a journey by foot from Kashmir to Kanyakumari.
On Monday, the Padyatra travelled from Neem to Kuzakottam. The Kazha will begin on Tuesday from Kottam to Kalambalam. On September 14, the Yatra will enter Kollam, and on September 17, it will arrive in Alpuzha. On September 21, it will enter Ernakulam, and on September 23, Thrissur. On September 26 and September 28, the Yatra will enter Palakkad and Malappuram, respectively. The Yatra will later enter Karnataka through Tamil Nadu’s Gudalur. There are over 300 Congress employees taking part in the padyatra. When Mr. Rahul Gandhi arrives in Kerala, Chief Minister Pinarayi Vijayan, according to director Adoor Gopalakrishnan, should greet him.