Rahul Gandhi's Next Foot March Will Start From Gujarat To Assam
The exact date of Yatra is yet to be concluded by the party, however, it has been guessed that, it might take place in the monsoons or by the end of 2023.
NEW DELHI : Congress leader, Rahul Gandhi has recently concluded his Bharat Jodo Yatra starting from Kanyakumari to Kashmir. Now he is all set to initiate his next long-distance foot march, from Porbandar in Gujarat to Assam.
As per a Congress source, all the decisions regarding the upcoming Yatra of the Congress leader will take place at the All India Congress Committee meeting. The session will be conducted in Raipur at the end of February.
The march will flag off of from Porbandar, which is also the birth place of Mahatma Gandhi. According to sources, the exact date of the Yatra is yet to be concluded by the party, however, it has been guessed that, it might take place in the monsoons or by the end of 2023.
A senior state party leader mentioned that, Rahul Gandhi has received unparalleled support and ample amount responses for his recent Bharat Jodo Yatra. The party achieved its targeted goal to emphasise on the issues of unemployment, increasing price and inequality.
Now, the upcoming march from West to East will be decided shortly in the month of February, the official added. Along with this, Congress has initiated Haath Se Haath Jodo Yatra, in which officials and leaders of the Congress party are conducting rallies in all the districts, interacting with people and highlighting the party's view on unemployment and price hike.
Manish Doshi, the Congress spokesperson, informed that, under the Haath Se Haath Jodo Yatra, party workers and leaders will move to various towns, villages and cities in Gujarat.
"Bharat Jodo Yatra is the most beautiful and deep experience of my life. This is not the end, it's the first step, a beginning," Congress leader Rahul Gandhi tweeted on January 31, a day after the yatra ended in Srinagar.
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