Farooq Abdullah Joins Rahul Gandhi’s Bharat Jodo Yatra In UP
Priyanka Gandhi, the general secretary of the Congress, welcomed the Bharat Jodo Yatra to the state as it began its leg in Uttar Pradesh today.
After a nine-day pause for Christmas and New Year’s, the yatra resumed today at roughly 10 a.m. from Delhi’s Marghat Hanuman Mandir near Kashmiri Gate.
Since it began in Kerala, the yatra has travelled more than 3,000 kilometres across nine states. Priyanka Gandhi and Farooq Abdullah, as well as Priyanka Chaturvedi and Priyanka Gandhi of the Shiv Sena (Uddhav), welcomed the yatra and stated that although the government had tried to damage Rahul’s reputation, he had refused to back down and carried on with the yatra.
“My elder brother, I am most proud of you. Forceful power was exerted. Thousands of crores were spent by the government to tarnish his image, and agencies were put behind him, but he did not stop,” she said.
She expressed her pride in every Indian who participated in the yatra.
She urged the members of her party’s Uttar Pradesh branch in a message to travel to the state’s streets and spread kindness and love.”As Rahul Gandhi said, I am opening a shop of love in the market of hatred, you also open a franchise of love in each street, each locality. I thank all of our party workers,” she said.
The Yatra is anticipated to travel across Uttar Pradesh in three days before returning to Haryana on January 6.
Through Loni, the Bharat Jodo Yatra travelled from Delhi to Uttar Pradesh. Along the route, a sizable crowd gathered to welcome the yatra. Rahul Gandhi will have the companionship of Congress national secretary Priyanka Gandhi throughout the UP portion of the Yatra.
From Loni in Uttar Pradesh to Ghaziabad, Yatra will go. Tonight, it will stop at Baghpat.The Yatra has so far travelled across sections of Tamil Nadu, Kerala, Karnataka, Andhra Pradesh, Telangana, Madhya Pradesh, Rajasthan, Maharashtra, and Haryana. It began on September 7 in Kanyakumari. Jammu and Kashmir will serve as its climax.
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