The Congress’ Bharat Jodo Yatra means to cover 12 states and 2 association regions in 150 days.
Kanyakumari: Congress pioneer Rahul Gandhi..
In Tamil Nadu, driving the Bharat Jodo Yatra, Rahul Gandhi on Friday said the mass contact program has been sent off by the party to “fix the harm done by the BJP and the RSS” to India. “On the off chance that it helps the Congress, that is OK as well,” the MP from Kerala’s Wayanad said, in light of an inquiry assuming the 150 days in length mission would help in resuscitating the fortunes of the party.
With a 3,570 km-long foot walk, the Congress is meant to cover 12 states and two association regions in the following couple of months. The mission – sent off with an eye on the 2024 public races – from Kanyakumari recently plans to fortify the party’s grassroot-level association. Sonia Gandhi on Wednesday said the Bharat Jodo Yatra would help in “revival” of the Congress, in what was viewed as a confirmation that the party is in a self-reflection mode.
The remarks come a long time after veteran pioneer Ghulam Nabi Azad quit the stupendous old party, faulting Rahul Gandhi for the interior wreck that the Congress has been confronting.
A significant inquiry that is being looked at by the top initiative presently is to pick the following party president. Gandhi, answering a whirlwind of inquiries on Friday, likewise shared his reaction when inquired as to whether he would be the party boss once more. The decisions for the top post are scheduled for October.
“There is no disarray in my psyche by any stretch of the imagination. Whether I become leader (of Congress) or not will turn out to be clear when the races for the presidential post occur. This Yatra has a political component to it. Clearly, in light of the fact that it’s the Congress’ Yatra. In any case, I chose to go along with it since I put stock in the philosophy of the party. Ideally, I would gain proficiency with several things about this wonderful nation, and two after three months, I would be somewhat more shrewd,” Rahul Gandhi said jokingly.
He likewise honed his assault on the BJP. “The party (BJP) has assumed command over every one of the foundations of this country. We’re not battling an ideological group any longer. It’s presently a battle between the construction of the Indian state and resistance. The fight, to be perfectly honest, has been happening between two unique dreams for two or three thousand years now, and it will proceed. There Are two unique dreams of India, one vision is inflexible, and controlling while another is plural and receptive. The fight will proceed,” he said.
The adversary party, in the meantime, has scrutinized the motivation behind the monstrous assembly, saying the nation is “now joined together”.
“There’s not so much as a Re 1 trick claim on the Modi government. We can’t allow the country to get isolated and we should work with solidarity to take it forward,” Association Pastor Anurag Thakur said.