Cong launches ‘Bharat Jodo Yatra’ website, set to start on September 7


Congress officially launched the website on Tuesday and


pan-Indian slogan “Bharat Jodo Yatra” due to start on September 7 from Kanyakumari.

He said the purpose of the yatra is to unite India; come together and get the country back on its feet.

Veteran chefs Jairam Ramesh and Digvijaya Singh jointly launched the detailed program for the event.

After being launched on September 7, the yatra will cross 12 states and culminate in Jammu and Kashmir – covering a distance of almost 3,500 kilometers over a period of approximately 150 days.

Senior leaders, including Rahul Gandhi, will actively participate in the march. Those who cannot physically join will help spread his message by organizing events and participating in online campaigns.

People from all walks of life will join him at various points and walk together. It will be a celebration of India’s unity, a festival of hope that will come to life with musical programs and competitions that everyone can take part in.

“It is an open invitation to all to join us and walk with us. India belongs to all of us. ‘Bharat Jodo Yatra’ is for all.” says the party.

Economically, the rich are getting richer, the poor are getting poorer, the party said, adding that ordinary people are distressed by soaring inflation and unemployment.

The Kisans and Khet mazdoors are buried in debt. Our country’s assets are being sold to crony capitalists at a huge loss.

“Socially, people are divided on the basis of caste, religion, region, language, food, dress,” the party alleged, adding that every day a new plot is hatched to induce one Indian to fight another. There is a growing sense of insecurity, especially among women.

He said politically, today people’s voices are suppressed and our constitutional rights are crushed. Efforts are being made systematically to overthrow our Constitution, dismantle our institutions, empty our democracy and destroy our unity and brotherhood.

State governments, elected by the people, are destabilized by the power of money and the misuse of agencies. “States are not receiving the tax money due to them from the Union government on time. Dalits, adivasis, backward classes are deprived of their basic rights – jal, jangal and zameen”.

The Party said tackling this issue requires coming together, holding hands and understanding the power of unity.

“We must start a movement to get rid of the politics of division and hatred, building social harmony according to the principles of ‘unity in diversity’ and ‘Sarva Dharma Sambhava’,” he said. declared.



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