27 Dec 2023

After Bharat Jodo Yatra, Rahul Gandhi's Nyay Yatra set to traverse through these areas of Madhya Pradesh, focus on upcoming Lok Sabha elections-2024

Following Rahul Gandhi's "Bharat Jodo Yatra," the Congress party has unveiled its second expedition, the "Bharat Nyaya Yatra," which is set to traverse several cities in Madhya Pradesh as part of its strategy for the upcoming Lok Sabha elections-2024. With the national elections on the horizon and just a few months away, the Congress party, led by Rahul Gandhi, has taken significant steps to engage with the public.

Yatra will encompass various cities of MP

Scheduled to commence on January 14, the Bharat Nyaya Yatra is slated to continue until March 20, covering a substantial distance of 6,200 kilometers from Manipur to Mumbai. This extensive yatra will encompass various cities in Madhya Pradesh, bringing the political discourse closer to the citizens.

Congress President Mallikarjun Kharge will inaugurate the yatra, which, unlike its predecessor, will not be exclusively on foot. Participants will have the option to travel by buses for added convenience. As this yatra traverses Madhya Pradesh, the question arises as to whether the party will reconstitute its executive, given its recent dissolution.

In the previous "Bharat Jodo Yatra," spanning from November 23 to December 4, 2022, the expedition covered 380 kilometers across six districts of the Malwa-Nimar region in Madhya Pradesh. The upcoming Bharat Nyaya Yatra is anticipated to follow a different route, possibly covering new areas and districts, although specific details are yet to be disclosed.

Mega yatra will employ buses to reach 85 dists across 14 states

The mega yatra will employ buses to reach 85 districts across 14 states, including Manipur, Nagaland, Assam, Meghalaya, West Bengal, Bihar, Jharkhand, Odisha, Uttar Pradesh, Chhattisgarh, Madhya Pradesh, Rajasthan, Gujarat, and Maharashtra. This approach aims to maximize outreach, ensuring a wider participation of the public in this 6200-kilometer journey. Notably, leaders joining the yatra will intermittently engage in walking, symbolizing their connection with the people.

Party's commitment to provide economic, social justice 

The name "Bharat Nyaya Yatra" reflects the Congress party's commitment to providing economic, social, and strategic justice to the public. Jairam Ramesh, Congress General Secretary, emphasized that the yatra's name is indicative of the party's pledge to address various forms of justice. Having traversed 12 states in its first leg, the second yatra aims to cover an expanded route through 14 states, reinforcing the party's dedication to nationwide engagement. 

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