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Rahul Gandhi’s ‘Nyaya Yatra’ starts from Manipur, will halt at night in Nagaland

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Today is the second day of Rahul Gandhi’s ‘Nyaya Yatra’

Under the leadership of Rahul Gandhi, the Congress Party is taking out ‘Bharat Jodo Nyaya Yatra’. Monday was the second day of this journey. This journey was started from Imphal, Manipur. The yatra will stop in Nagaland during the night. Congress Party General Secretary Jairam Ramesh, while writing a post in this regard on social media platform Manipur PCC President Keisham Meghchandra hoisted the flag. The yatra will pass through Sekmai to Kangpokpi and then Senapati in Manipur. The yatra will stop in Nagaland tonight.

Party leaders said this

Party spokesperson Supriya Shrinet wrote in this regard on social media site X, ‘By shouting for justice, we have geared up against every injustice. We will listen to you on unemployment, inflation, poverty, crime, insecurity and will find solutions together, unitedly. This is how the journey started. Let us inform that party chief Mallikarjun Kharge and Wayanad MP Rahul Gandhi started this journey from Manipur on Sunday. Under this journey, the journey of 6700 km will be completed in 67 days. This yatra will pass through 110 districts.

‘Manipur is no more Manipur’

Before the start of the yatra, party leaders paid silent tribute to those killed in the Manipur violence. After this the journey was started. On Sunday, Rahul Gandhi said in this regard that the purpose of this visit is to ensure justice for the people who are facing problems in the country. So that they can get better justice. Talking to news agency ANI, he said that I have been in politics since 2004. For the first time, I have reached a part of India where all the infrastructure of the central government has been destroyed. After my visit to Manipur on 29th June, Manipur is no longer Manipur. Division and hatred have spread everywhere here. Also, lakhs of people are facing losses due to this.

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