Despite the fact that Congress leader Rahul Gandhi’s Bharat Jodo Yatra left Rajasthan on Wednesday, yatras would continue for ministers and other Congress officials since they have been instructed to travel among their constituents for 15 kilometres each month.
Congress state president Govind Singh Dotasara tweeted to state the same intensity of padayatra on Wednesday. “The government and the organisation are working together in Rajasthan. At the suggestion of Mr Rahul Gandhi ji, it has been decided that it will be mandatory for every minister, MLA and party functionary to do a 15-km padayatra every month to listen to the problems of common people and understand their problems,” he said.
The state party chief informed the media that an individual must walk 15 kilometres among the populace each month in order to work for the organisation, become an MLA, or become a minister.
On Wednesday, Gandhi’s yatra arrived in Haryana. Dotasara and Rajasthan Chief Minister Ashok Gehlot presented the Haryana government with the national flag. Gandhi expressed his gratitude to the Rajasthani people for their love and support over the 16-day yatra, which travelled the entire state. It stretched about 485 km and travelled through six districts in southeast Rajasthan.