Bharat Jodo Yatra Enters Yogi’s UP Post-Resuming Journey From Delhi

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Bharat Jodo Yatra Enters Yogi’s UP Post-Resuming Journey From Delhi

| Updated: January 3, 2023 16:40

Following a nine-day hiatus, the Congress’ Bharat Jodo Yatra resumed its second part of the journey from the national capital on Tuesday and reached Uttar Pradesh.

As the march entered the state, party workers gathered in a line on either side of the road at the Loni border in Ghaziabad to welcome Rahul Gandhi and other “yatris”. Priyanka Gandhi Vadra, the AICC general secretary in charge of Uttar Pradesh, joined the Yatra and welcomed her brother in front of officials from the Delhi Congress and the Uttar Pradesh Congress.

At a specially constructed stage, the Yatra flag was handed over by the leaders of the two states. K C Venugopal, the general secretary of the AICC, Anil Kumar Chaudhary, the leader of the Delhi Congress, and the leaders of the Congress in Uttar Pradesh, including Aradhna Mishra, the CLP leader, were all in attendance.

The yatra, which was led by former party chief Rahul Gandhi, set out from the Hanuman Mandir at Kashmiri Gate in the morning and travelled along the congested Outer Ring Road. A sizable police presence was deployed in Delhi as the Yatra proceeded to guarantee there would be no adverse event.

However, the Ring Road’s traffic was backed up in various areas of the city. Shaktisinh Gohil, the party’s AICC representative for Delhi affairs, reported observing a sizable turnout in Delhi and predicted that representatives of several opposition parties will participate in the Yatra.

The Yatra will continue in Uttar Pradesh for two days before moving on to Panipat in Haryana on Thursday night. The Yatra will visit Jammu and Kashmir after travelling through Himachal Pradesh for a day and via Punjab. Rahul Gandhi will hoist the national flag on January 30 in Srinagar to bring it to a close.

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