Before the Lok Sabha elections, Congress’ Bharat Jodo Nyay Yatra has been taken out under the leadership of Rahul Gandhi. Congress leader Rahul Gandhi and his party colleagues left for Majuli by boat on Friday morning and with this ‘Bharat Jodo Nyay Yatra’ started again in Assam. The leaders and supporters participating in the yatra reached Aflamukh Ghat in Majuli district from Nimtighat in Jorhat district by boats. At the same time, some vehicles were also transported across the Brahmaputra river with the help of big boats. Rahul was accompanied by several top party leaders including party general secretary Jairam Ramesh, state president Bhupen Kumar Bora and leader of opposition in the state assembly Debabrata Saikia.
‘Bharat Jodo Nyaya Yatra’ started from Assam
After reaching Aflamukh Ghat, Rahul will go to Kamlabari Chariyali where he will visit Auniyati Satra, a major Vaishnav site. The ‘Bharat Jodo Nyaya Yatra’ will take a morning halt at Rajiv Gandhi Sports Complex in Jengaraymukh while passing through Garmur. Ramesh and party MP Gaurav Gogoi will address the press conference there. After this, the yatra will leave by bus for Dhakuvakhna in North Lakhimpur district where Rahul is scheduled to address a public meeting at Gogamukh in the evening. According to the schedule shared by the party, the yatra will stop at Gogamukh Colony grounds at night.
Jairam Ramesh said this
On this matter, party leader Jairam Ramesh said that no rules have been broken in this yatra. Assam CM is making all efforts to stop people from joining Bharat Jodo Nyay Yatra. No one can stop this journey. We are in it. We are in Assam for the next 7 days. Let them arrest us. We accept the challenge. Let us tell you that Rahul Gandhi’s Bharat Jodo Nyay Yatra was started from Manipur. Under this yatra, Rahul Gandhi will travel on foot for 6713 km. This yatra, which started on 14 January, will end in Mumbai on 20 March. Let us tell you that this journey will reach Mumbai after passing through more than 100 districts of many states.
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