Thiruvananthapuram: The third day of the Kerala leg of Congress’ Bharat Jodi Yatra began on Tuesday from Kanyapuram near Kazhakootam here where the yatra ended the previous day. The third day of the yatra, which began at around 7.15 pm, also saw enthusiastic crowds of people like the previous two, as part of the Kerala leg of the foot march covering a distance of 3,570 km from Kanyakumari to Kashmir in a span of 150 days. Like the last two days. , When the journey ended on Monday evening, it had covered a distance of 100 km.
Addressing a large crowd in Kazhakootam, where the yatra had ended for the day, Rahul Gandhi said elections can be won by hatred, violence and anger, but it will not solve the socio-economic problems facing the country. It is possible Buoyed by the enthusiastic turnout of people, whose numbers increased during the day as the march progressed, Gandhi – who is also an MP from Kerala’s Wayanad Lok Sabha seat – attacked the BJP, alleging that the saffron party had proved That hate can be used politically and to win elections, but cannot create jobs.
He also alleged that the conversation and the voice of the people in India have been silenced because the press was saying what the government of the country wanted to say and this is because of pressure on the owners of media organizations by the ruling government. Gandhi tweeted at the end of the day’s visit, “India’s dream is broken, not shattered. To make that dream come true, we are bringing India together. 100 kms done.”
AICC general secretary in charge of communications Jairam Ramesh had tweeted that the Bharat Jodi Yatra has completed the journey of exactly 100 km and it “has left the BJP upset, restless and upset, while the Congress party has already refreshed 100 times”. . We walk every step of the way. Renews our resolve!”
day 6 #India couple travel Started from Kazakkuttam on the outskirts of Thiruvananthapuram. The padyatra has just reached the early morning break point at Mamom near Attingal, where a series of interactions with different groups will take place. pic.twitter.com/WK38esJ6o7— jairam ramesh (@jairam_ramesh) 13 September 2022
The 150-day walking march was launched from Kanyakumari in neighboring Tamil Nadu on September 7 and will cover 12 states and two union territories. The Bharat Jodi Yatra, which entered Kerala on the evening of September 10, will pass through the state covering a distance of 450 kms, touching seven districts over a period of 19 days, before entering Karnataka on October 1.