Rahul Gandhi meets fishermen in India Jodo Yatra


Alappuzha | Congress chief Rahul Gandhi’s twelfth day of ‘Bharat Jodo Yatra’ started with a gathering of the fishermen neighborhood right here on Monday. The MP from Wayanad in Kerala met fishermen at Vadakal seashore in Alappuzha and mentioned the assorted challenges confronted by them. Mentioned, these challenges embrace points equivalent to rising gasoline costs, declining fish shares, lack of social welfare and pensions, lack of subsidies, insufficient instructional alternatives and environmental destruction. Right this moment, the padyatra, which began from Punnapara with the participation of numerous folks, will halt at Cheriya Kalavoor at 11 am and can attain Cherthala once more at 5 pm.

Interacting with the youth on unemployment, Mr Gandhi mentioned on Sunday, “Shortage of jobs and job security among other issues should be discussed. Bharat Jodo Yatra provides that platform to our youth. He also tweeted, “There isn’t a progress with out love. There isn’t a employment with out progress. With out jobs, there is no such thing as a future. Bharat Jodo Yatra is to unite and lift the voice of despair to interrupt the shackles of unemployment. He additionally interacted with the farmers of Kunad, which known as the ‘Rice Bowl of Kerala’.

The farmers apprised him of their issues at Kusnad, positioned within the coronary heart of the backwaters of the state’s Alappuzha district. Later the Wayanad MP met representatives of a neighborhood committee to protest sand mining and the representatives submitted a memorandum to Mr. Gandhi. The yatra will cowl seven districts of the state over 450 km in 19 days in Kerala earlier than getting into Karnataka on October 1. The All India Padyatra will cowl a distance of three,750 km and can cross via 12 states and two union territories in 150 days.

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