The Bharat Jodo Yatra, led by Congress chief Rahul Gandhi, entered Madhya Pradesh on Wednesday after concluding the Maharashtra leg. Maharashtra Congress president Nana Patole handed over the yatra flag to Madhya Pradesh Congress chief Kamal Nath from Burhanpur district at round 5.30 am, after which the padyatra began at round 6.30 am.
120 individuals are marching with Rahul Gandhi from Kanyakumari (Tamil Nadu) and shall be a part of your entire 3,070 km march (Kanyakumari to Srinagar). There are 11 individuals from Madhya Pradesh, together with 4 ladies.
Throughout a press convention in Burhanpur, Congress basic secretary and in-charge of communication, publicity and media Jairam Ramesh mentioned that the yatra would cowl a distance of about 21-22 km in two elements per day. The padyatra will begin each day between 6 am and 6.30 am and can proceed until 9.30 am. Throughout this era, it can cowl a distance of 14-15 km and the second half of the journey will begin at 3:30 pm, overlaying a distance of about 8-10 km and can proceed until 7.30 pm.
He mentioned that aside from the scheduled days for the consolation of the passengers, there could be yatra for the following 11 days within the state. Giving extra particulars about another packages within the state, Jairam Ramesh mentioned that on November 26, Rahul Gandhi is scheduled to go to Mhow, the start place of Dr. Bhimrao Ambedkar. Rahul Gandhi is predicted to attend a public rally in Indore on 28 November and tackle a public assembly in Ujjain on 29 November.
Jairam Ramesh mentioned, a press convention shall be held in Indore on November 28, Rahul Gandhi will reply the questions of media individuals. Jairam Ramesh additionally knowledgeable that relaxation day has been fastened on thirtieth November.
Jairam Ramesh mentioned, Right here, I wish to make it clear that on November 30, Rahul Gandhi will keep in Madhya Pradesh solely, throughout which he’ll meet individuals, however is not going to go to Delhi. Bharat Jodo Yatra will enter Rajasthan on 4 December. In the meantime, Digvijaya Singh hit out on the BJP-led Madhya Pradesh authorities, saying, at this time when the yatra started in Burhanpur, your entire space was coated with mud from broken roads. BJP at all times targets me on the problem of roads, however that is the true situation of roads in Madhya Pradesh.
With inputs from IANS
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