20 Dec 2022

Last Day Of Rahul Gandhi's Bharat Jodo Yatra In Rajasthan Today: What Changes Are Expected In State's Politics

Alwar: Today is the last day of Rahul Gandhi's Bharat Jodo Yatra in Rajasthan. Today the yatra will cover a distance of 23 kms. Today's yatra started from Katighati Park at around 6.30 am on Tuesday and will pass through Alwar city. The yatra will enter Haryana during the first phase on the morning of 21 December. 

Alwar is the constituency of Rahul Gandhi's close Congress leader and former Union Minister Bhanwar Jitendra Singh. Preparations are going on in the area for several days to welcome Rahul's visit. Shakuntala Rawat and Tikaram Juli from the district are ministers in the Gehlot government.

Significance of Yatra for the politics of Rajasthan Congress

While the Yatra in Rajasthan is drawing to an end, the question is what changes can we expect to see in the politics of Rajasthan. We saw huge crowds during the yatra, so it can be said that Rahul has been successful to some extent in connecting with the masses.

The biggest crisis that Rajasthan faced before yatra's entry in the state was the factionalism as the party in the state was on verge of breaking with differences between Gehlot and Pilot getting deeper with each passing day. Rahul's yatra has been successful to some stent in uniting the party but it remains to be seen if the two camps will come together in the days to come. Nothing can be said for certainty right now.  

Rahul Gandhi's visit has many political implications for the Rajasthan Congress. Due to this visit between CM Ashok Gehlot and Sachin Pilot camps, political ceasefire was done. After Rahul's yatra is over, now everyone's eyes are fixed on whether the peace between the two camps remains intact or the tussle increases afresh.

A lot more needs to be done, Rahul tells ministers

In the first public rally of Bharat Jodo Yatra in Malakheda, Rahul Gandhi praised the Rajasthan government and also gave a clear message that a lot more needs to be done in the future. Rahul has suggested the ministers to walk 15 km every month. This suggestion of Rahul is being linked to the ministers not connecting with the public.

It is not a journey but a thought process

Rahul said that Bharat Jodo Yatra, he said, is not a journey, it is a thought process. He urged the Rajasthan government to emulate it. His comments were met with a loud cheer by a crowd.

Kamal Haasan will join Rahul in Delhi 

Actor Kamal Haasan will join former Congress chief Rahul Gandhi in his Bharat Jodo Yatra on December 24.

The actor-turned-politician will join Mr Gandhi in Delhi next week, according to his party, Makkal Needi Maiam, the superstar has been invited by Rahul Gandhi to participate in the yatra.

The Bharat Jodo Yatra will enter Delhi on December 24, and after a break of about eight days, it will move to BJP-led Uttar Pradesh, Haryana, and will enter Punjab next month before entering Jammu and Kashmir.

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