Bharat Jodo Yatra : Congress leader Rahul Gandhi on Thursday morning started a 3,570-km padyatra from Agasteeswaram in Kanyakumari, Tamil Nadu. The yatra began with the hoisting of the flag at the camp site of the passengers of the Bharat Jodo Yatra, who would accompany them. He later met the family of NEET candidate Anita, who had died by suicide, and offered his condolences.
On Wednesday, Gandhi took a jibe at the ruling party, saying the tricolor is being attacked by the BJP and the RSS, dividing the country on the basis of religion and language, asking people to share the ideas and values behind the flag. urged to protect.
BJP considers the tricolor as its personal property.
He said that every institution of the country is being attacked and alleged that the BJP considers the tricolor as its personal property. He alleged that India is facing its worst economic crisis ever along with the highest unemployment rate and the country is heading towards a disaster.
Rahul is planning to conclude his ambitious journey in Srinagar by early February next year with 118 passengers. The Bharat Jodo Yatra will pass through 12 states and two union territories in the next 150 days.