19 Jan 2024

Rahul Gandhi's Bharat Jodo Nyay Yatra in Assam: 'Uncle Rahul, we want to walk with you', say children

Rahul Gandhi is in Assam as part of the Bharat Jodo Nyay Yatra. He addressed party workers in the Shivsagar district of Assam. Rahul stated that the BJP and RSS are causing economic, social, and political injustice in the country. The goal of the Bharat Jodo Nyay Yatra is not only to fight against this injustice but also to unite people of every religion and caste.

Rahul also criticized the government led by Himanta Biswa Sarma in Assam. He said that it is the most corrupt government in the country, accusing the BJP of spreading hatred and looting the public's money. Rahul pledged to raise the issue of Assam during the Yatra.

In Rahul Gandhi's bus, some children arrived with posters. It was written on them, "Uncle Rahul, we want to walk with you. Uncle Rahul, we are the future of the country, and our future depends on you."

Highlighting the situation in Manipur, Rahul mentioned the tense atmosphere due to civil unrest. He criticized Prime Minister Modi for not visiting Manipur and questioned the fulfillment of promises made in Nagaland. Rahul expressed concerns that similar issues are also happening in Assam.

In Odisha, the Yatra will cover a distance of 341 km in four days, spanning four districts. In Chhattisgarh, it will cover 536 km in five days, encompassing seven districts. This Yatra will spend the longest time in Uttar Pradesh, covering 20 districts in 11 days.

In Madhya Pradesh, the journey will cover a distance of 698 km in seven days, spanning nine districts. It will visit two districts in Rajasthan in one day. Rahul's journey will continue in Gujarat and Maharashtra for five days each, covering distances of 445 km and 479 km, respectively. It will conclude in Mumbai on March 20th or 21st.

Rahul Gandhi initiated the Bharat Jodo Yatra from Thoubal in Manipur on January 14. He is expected to stay in Assam until January 25. Congress leader Jairam Ramesh informed that the Yatra will continue in Assam from January 18 to 25. Despite the efforts of the Assam government to prevent the success of the Bharat Jodo Yatra, there is confidence that people from all sections of Assam, including youth and women, will listen to Rahul Gandhi's message.

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