BHOPAL: After winding up its Maharashtra leg, Congress chief Rahul Gandhi-led Bharat Jodo Yatra (BJY) on Wednesday entered Madhya Pradesh.
The foot-march started round 6.30 am after Maharashtra Congress president Nana Patole handed over the yatra flag to Madhya Pradesh Congress chief Kamal Nath at a village in Burhanpur district round 5.30 am
Of the full 120 individuals, who’re marching together with Rahul Gandhi from Kanyakumari (Tamil Nadu) and can be a part of all the 3,070 km yatra (from Kanyakumari to Srinagar), 11, together with 4 girls, hail from Madhya Pradesh. The record excludes two-time former chief minister Digvijaya Singh, who’s the convener of the Yatra.
Throughout a press convention at Burhanpur, Congress normal secretary and in-charge of communication, publicity and media division Jairam Ramesh mentioned that the yatra will cowl round 21-22 km every single day in two elements.
“Padyatra will begin every single day between 6 am to six.30 am and proceed until 9.30 am Throughout this era, it’s going to cowl 14-15 km and second a part of the yatra will start at 3:30 pm overlaying round 8-10 km until 7.30 pm Jairam Ramesh mentioned.
He added that the schedule for yatra will stay the identical for subsequent 11 days within the state, besides days fastened for relaxation for yatris.
Giving additional particulars about another applications within the state, Jairam Ramesh mentioned on November 26, Rahul Gandhi is scheduled to go to Mahow — the start place of Dr. Bhimrao Ambedkar.
Rahul Gandhi is anticipated to attend a public rally on November 28 in Indore and handle a mahasbha in Ujjain on November 29.
“A press conference will also be organized on November 28 in Indore, the seventh time when Rahul Gandhi will answer the media persons’ queries since the Yatra started on September 7,” Jairam Ramesh added.
Jairam Ramesh additionally knowledgeable that November 30 has been fastened as the remainder day.
“Here, I would like to make it clear that Rahul Gandhi will rest in Madhya Pradesh, during which he will also meet with people, but will not go to Delhi. Bharat Jodo Yatra will enter Rajasthan on December 4,” Jairam Ramesh added.
Digvijaya Singh, in the meantime, took dig on the BJP-led Madhya Pradesh authorities, saying, “Today, when yatra began in Burhanpur, the entire area was filled with dust from damaged road. The BJP always target me on roads issue, but this is the real condition of roads in Madhya Pradesh.”
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