Bharat Jodo Yatra : Congress MP Rahul Gandhi started the seventh day of the party’s ‘Bharat Jodo Yatra’ from Kanyapuram in Thiruvananthapuram on Tuesday (September 13). During this, a large crowd of people gathered. Many pictures of this padyatra have also come to the fore. In these pictures, apart from his leaders, Rahul is seen walking with the common people as well. It is worth mentioning that the ‘Yatri’ of Bharat Jodo Yatra have been asked to live in a simple manner.
But, on the second day of the Bharat Jodo Yatra of former Congress President Rahul Gandhi in Kerala, he had to face allegations from the central leadership of the CPM. In a tweet, the CPM took a jibe at Rahul Gandhi, claiming that he is spending 18 days in Kerala and only two days in Uttar Pradesh. Congress National General Secretary (Communications) Jairam Ramesh hit back, claiming that CPM is BJP’s ‘A’ team in Mundu Modi’s country.
Crowd gathered in Balaramapuram, jammed
The second day’s padyatra started from Nemom at 7 am on Monday and reached Balaramapuram when there was a traffic jam. The movement of pedestrians and motorists was affected on a part of the road till Thampanur. Traffic was disrupted by people trying to catch a glimpse of Rahul Gandhi. Rahul paid floral tributes at Shaheed Chowk in Palayam on his way to the halt at St. Mary’s Higher Secondary School, Pattam, where he and his team rested.
After Kerala, there will be travel in Karnataka
The ‘Bharat Jodo Yatra’ had reached Kerala on Saturday. This yatra will reach Karnataka (Bharat Jodo Yatra) on October 1 through seven districts of the state in 19 days. Let us tell you that three types of passengers are doing padyatra with Rahul Gandhi. There are about 120 India travelers, who will travel three and a half thousand kilometers from Kanyakumari to Kashmir. Along with this, 100 state passengers of that state through which the journey is passing will travel along. In such a situation, with entering Kerala, 100 state travelers from Tamil Nadu have been replaced by state travelers from Kerala.