The Congress Party’s ‘Bharat Jodo Yatra’, which started from Kanyakumari in Tamil Nadu to unite the country, has entered its 15th day today.
Ernakulam: The Congress Party’s ‘Bharat Jodo Yatra’, which started from Kanyakumari in Tamil Nadu to unite the country, entered its 15th day today. The yatra comprising Congress MP Rahul Gandhi, party leaders and civil society figures is currently in Kerala and has entered Ernakulam district.
The Yatra started from Parambiam Jama Masjid in Ernakulam at 6.30 am after hoisting the flag on Thursday. Which will reach Karakoti Kapila junction by 10 am and stay. During the interval, Rahul Gandhi will address the press at Adlaksh International Convention Centre, Angamaly at 1 pm. After that, the second leg journey will start from Chanargara bus stop at 5 pm and today’s yatra will end at Chalakudy in Thrissur. Overnight stay at Crescent Convention Center here.
Meanwhile, Rahul Gandhi also paid a visit to the tree at UC College, Alva, which was planted by Father of the Nation Mahatma Gandhi in 1925. Next to this mango tree, Rahul Gandhi also planted a sapling brought from Lakshadweep. According to the Congress party, Yatra Bharat is moving ahead in a joint manner. With the tricolor, the sea of people is waving and it feels as if India itself has come out to unite India.
It should be noted that the Bharat Jodu Yatra of Congress will cover a distance of 3570 km in 150 days. It started from Kanyakumari in Tamil Nadu on September 7 and will end in Jammu and Kashmir. Entering Kerala on September 10, the Yatra will cover a distance of 450 km across 7 districts in 19 days through various parts of the state before entering Karnataka on October 1.