6 Dec 2022

Bharat Jodo Yatra In Rajasthan: What Rahul Gandhi Do When Yatra Passed By BJP Office

Jaipur: Today is the second day of Rahul Gandhi's Bharat Jodo Yatra in Rajasthan. The yatra, which started at around six in the morning from Jhalawar sports complex, took a lunch break after completing a journey of about ten kilometers. The second leg of Tuesday's yatra will start at 3.30 pm.

Kanhaiya Kumar attacks BJP: Meanwhile, Congress leader Kanhaiya Kumar attacked the BJP and said that they have crossed all limits in Gujarat elections. He said that on the day of voting, PM Modi organized a road show.

Earlier in the morning, Rahul Gandhi and the participants were seen mingling with the cultural colors of Rajasthan. When the yatra passed in front of the district BJP office, everyone smiled seeing Rahul's reaction. 

In fact, many people had gathered at the BJP office since morning to watch the yatra. When Rahul saw them, he greeted people by giving a flying kiss.

Yatra will enter Kota: Bharat Jodo Yatra will enter Kota district from Jhalawar later this afternoon. About 23 km will be covered in the journey today. The yatra will remain in Kota district for the next four days.

Rajasthan Congress got a new in-charge: Meanwhile, the Rajasthan Congress got a new in-charge on the very day of the Yatra's entry in Rajasthan. Senior Punjab leader Sukhjinder Singh Randhawa has been appointed in-charge by the party following Maken's resignation. Randhawa has also been nominated as a member of the Congress Steering Committee.

Rest day on on 9th December: However, there will be a break for Yatra on 9th December. Earlier on Monday, the Congress tried to show political strength by mobilizing a crowd in Jhalawar district, the constituency of former CM Vasundhara Raje.

Rahul can visit some temples: Rahul Gandhi is focusing on soft Hindutva during the yatra. He can also visit some of the temples coming in the route of the yatra. A day earlier, Rahul Gandhi targeted the BJP-RSS over the slogans of Jai Siyaram and Hey Ram. He said that BJP must say Jai Siyaram.

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