Bharat Jodo Yatra :7 disputes happened in 7 days

It seems that the Bharat Jodo Yatra will be completed with very big controversies, in seven days seven disputes have come to the fore.

To give a strong base to the Congress party and to connect with the people, the process of ‘Bharat Jodo’ Yatra is going on under the leadership of former Congress National President Rahul Gandhi. Tuesday is the seventh day of this 150-day long journey. If we look at this journey of a week only, the party has been in controversy only about 7 times so far. The Bharatiya Janata Party’s attacks on the party are continuing.


Here, the Congress is also continuously retaliate. During the visit, Rahul Gandhi will stay in the container. In these 60 containers decorated on trucks, permanent passengers of the journey i.e. leaders traveling from Kanyakumari to Jammu and Kashmir will be there. There were reports that Rahul would stay in one of these containers. Whereas, the remaining containers will be shared by other leaders.


There were allegations that Congress had added new features to these containers. However, Congress is talking about having basic facilities in them.
According to a media report, senior Congress leaders will stay in a two-bed container. Whereas, other workers will have to live in 6 or 12 bedded containers. All of these include toilets, but only a few have ACs. On the third day of the commencement of the yatra, a debate had started between the BJP and the Congress regarding Rahul Gandhi’s T-shirt. The BJP had claimed that the Wayanad MP, who is raising the issue of inflation, is wearing a T-shirt worth Rs 41,257 on Friday. The BJP had also shared photos related to it on Twitter. The Congress said that the ruling party at the Center is scared of the support the Bharat Jodo Yatra is getting.


In the initial phase of the Bharat Jodo Yatra i.e. in Tamil Nadu, Rahul had met Pastor George Ponnaya. The special thing is that Ponnaya is known for controversial statements. BJP spokesperson Shahzad Poonawalla said, “He has been arrested earlier also for his stoic remarks. When he said ‘I wear shoes so that the impurities of Mother India do not pollute us’. The pastor was arrested in July Kallikudi. The Congress had targeted the Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh through a tweet. The party had posted a photo in which Nikkar, who was part of the Sangh’s uniform, was shown burning. BJP Yuva Morcha President Tejashwi Surya had raised questions on this. He had said, ‘The fire that was lit earlier had burned most of India. The remaining members in Rajasthan and Chhattisgarh will also be burnt to ashes soon.

According to media reports, the memorial of two revolutionaries of Kerala, Gandhian KE Memon and Padmashree P Gopinathan Nair, was to be unveiled. The program was to be conducted at NIMS Hospital in Thiruvananthapuram. It is reported that Rahul was also invited by the family in the presence of Kerala Pradesh Congress Committee chief Sudhakaran. Rahul was missing from this program. The reaction was that Sudhakaran had to apologize to the relatives of the revolutionaries. The current leg of Congress’s journey is Kerala. It is reported that here the party will undertake a padyatra for about 19 days and will cover a distance of 450 km. Now the leaders of the ruling CPM in Kerala are raising questions on this visit of the Congress. The Left says that the Congress should pay more attention to the BJP-ruled states. CPI(M) tweeted that 19 in Kerala and 2 in Uttar Pradesh, this is a strange way to fight BJP and RSS.

What will happen in the coming time of India Jodi Yatra, it is difficult to say anything now, but yes, there is almost certain to be a dispute. PLC/GT


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