Congress MP Rahul Gandhi on Wednesday resumed the party's Bharat Jodo Yatra from Madavana in Kerala after paying floral tributes to social reformer Sree Narayana Guru. During the beginning of the 14th day of the yatra, many leaders including Congress leader Sachin Pilot were present along with Rahul Gandhi. At the same time, a petition has also been filed in the Kerala High Court regarding this visit. It has been said in the petition that the problem of traffic is being seen during the Bharat Jodo Yatra, due to which the problems of the common people have increased.
The mention of these things in the petition
A PIL has been filed in the Kerala High Court requesting the state government and police to direct that the Bharat Jodi Yatra of the Congress party should not block the entire road. In the PIL, a request has been made to direct the Congress to take the expenditure on the deployment of a large number of police forces on the route of the Yatra.
Vijayan K filed a petition
The Public Interest Litigation (PIL) has been requested to ensure that the yatra led by Wayanad MP Rahul Gandhi covers only half of the road and the remaining portion of the road is kept vacant for free movement of vehicles. Go Advocate Vijayan K. The petition filed by the Supreme Court was listed for hearing on Thursday before a bench of Chief Justice S Manikumar and Justice Shaji P Chale.
Rahul Gandhi made party
This journey of the Congress began on September 7 from Kanyakumari in Tamil Nadu. It will reach Kashmir by covering a distance of 3,750 km in 150 days. In the petition, Congress, Rahul Gandhi, Kerala Pradesh Congress Committee chief K. Sudhakaran and Leader of the Opposition in the state assembly VD Satheen have also been made parties. It has been contended in the petition that the manner in which the Yatra is being undertaken has obstructed the free movement of vehicles and movement of the common man and the life of the common man would have come to a standstill in the areas through which the Yatra is passing.