Himanta Biswa Sarma, the chief minister of Assam, poked fun at the Congress’ upcoming Bharat Jodo Yatra, saying that if “they want to start the campaign,” the party could have its events in Pakistan instead. He also emphasized that “India is linked and unified.”
India was partitioned in 1947; according to the Chief Minister, commencing the Bharat Jodo Yatra would be useless.
“During the Congress of 1947, India was split. So Rahul Gandhi should launch the Bharat Jodo Yatra in Pakistan if they wish to. What advantages does doing this Yatra in India offer? India is unified and linked. So Rahul Gandhi should visit Pakistan with the Bharat Jodo Yatra programme, in my opinion “Tuesday, Mr. Sarma said ANI.
A day before the Congress party’s national campaign officially kicks off.
The general secretary of the Congress party, Priyanka Gandhi Vadhra, said on Tuesday that the “Bharat Jodo Yatra” will bring people together on essential topics like unemployment and inflation.
“A new era in politics is beginning. We would want to hear from you and help you with your concerns. We want to bring our beloved nation together. Let’s work to unify India “On Facebook, Priyanka Gandhi made a statement.
“Today’s political discourse has completely changed from being about the nation’s citizens to being about other topics. People and their problems are no longer taken seriously in politics. Through this “yatra,” we want to highlight the issues and worries of the average person “She said.
The old head of the Congress party asked people to participate in the “yatra,” saying they should band together to make the nation affluent.
“More details about the ‘yatra’ will be accessible on the website ‘www.bharatjodoyatra.in,’ where nation residents may acquire comprehensive information about the ‘yatra,’ the timetable, and the several states it will travel through,” she said.
Rahul Gandhi will begin his 3,570 kilometers (approximately 150 days) trek from Kanyakumari to Kashmir in the meanwhile.
Rahul Gandhi will participate in a prayer gathering on September 7 in the morning at the Rajiv Gandhi Memorial in Sriperumbudur, where his father, Rajiv Gandhi, was killed in a bombing while running for the Lok Sabha elections.
Gandhi will go to Kanyakumari after visiting the monument, where MK Stalin, the chief minister of Tamil Nadu, would present him with the Tricolor.
A gathering will be addressed by the Congress leader when the Bharat Jodo Yatra is formally launched.