Vivid News 24: Rahul Gandhi declared that he was there to “open the shop of love in the market of the BJP and the RSS” as the Congress’ Bharat Jodo Yatra made its way into the capital early on Saturday morning. “While others are encouraging hatred, the typical citizen of the nation is increasingly speaking about love,” he said.
In every state, thousands of people have joined the Yatra. I told the RSS-BJP members that we were coming to open a store of love in your “Bazar” of hatred.” “We will not support the BJP and RSS’s policies of inciting fear and animosity. I’ve set up shop for love in the marketplace of hatred “said he.
A sizeable group of Delhi Congress activists led by the chairman of the Delhi unit, Anil Chaudhary, met Gandhi and the Yatra at the Delhi boundary at Badarpur. The yatra traveled through Faridabad in Haryana before arriving in Delhi.
Senior party members like Selja Kumari, Randeep Surjewala, Shaktisinh Gohil, and former Haryana chief minister Bhupinder Singh Hooda traveled with Rahul Gandhi on the yatra. “Delete the hatred, unemployment, and inflation. We have arrived in Delhi, the seat of the “king,” carrying the voice of India. To raise it even higher, join us in the capital “The Congress stated in a Hindi tweet.
The Bharat Jodo Yatra, which has been traveling for 108 days, is entering Delhi, according to a tweet in Hindi from Congress leader Jairam Ramesh. Over the past few days, there has been an uptick in the tension there. However, one may recall Rahul Gandhi’s statement that “no authority can stop our trip,” “said he.
The yatra has arrived in the national capital as India is on high alert regarding the increase in Covid cases throughout the world and is preparing to send Rahul Gandhi a letter urging him to abide by Covid rules in light of the spike in cases in other nations. The BJP, according to the Congress, was attempting to sabotage the yatra, they claimed.
“The government’s job is to make pronouncements, set rules, and give clarity. We will adhere to all Covid guidelines. Masks should be prohibited in public areas including airports. They simply engage in politics “Leader of the Congress Pawan Khera stated.
The Yatra will come to an end for the morning at Ashram Chowk in the nation’s capital and resume at 1 pm. It will stop near the red fort after traveling through Mathura Road, India Gate, and ITO. The Yatra will take a nine-day pause over the holiday season before starting up again on January 3 from Delhi.
The Yatra, which began on September 7 in Kanyakumari, Tamil Nadu, has already traveled across nine states and will finish by the end of January in Jammu and Kashmir. On its 108th day, the Yatra has traveled through 46 districts in nine states—Tamil Nadu, Kerala, Karnataka, Telangana, Andhra Pradesh, Maharashtra, Madhya Pradesh, Rajasthan, and Haryana—and covered around 3,000 kilometers.