Bharat Jodo Yatra: Bharat Jodo Yatra of Congress has reached Rajasthan. Congress stalwarts from across the state have gathered in Rajasthan's Jhalawar. It is being told that Chief Minister of the state Ashok Gehlot, Sachin Pilot, PCC President Govind Singh Dotasara and most of the ministers of the government and all the big stalwarts of the Congress will participate in the yatra starting today i.e. Monday, December 5. Be aware that this yatra entered Rajasthan from Raipur in Jhalawar district.
Know the full schedule of the journey
If we talk about today's yatra, then this yatra started under the leadership of Rahul Gandhi will start from Kala Talai which will reach Borda crossing at around 10 am. From there the yatra will proceed further and by 3.30 pm the yatra will resume from Nahardi in Jhalrapatan. And at 6.30, Rahul Gandhi will take a corner meeting at Chandrabhaga intersection. After this, there will be night rest of the yatra at the sports complex of Jhalawar.
Pilot and Gehlot danced holding each other's hands
Please tell that there is a Congress government in Rajasthan. In such a situation, the Bharat Jodo Yatra has been welcomed in a big way. State CM Ashok Gehlot, State President Govind Singh Dotasara, former Deputy CM Sachin Pilot and many ministers and big leaders of the government welcomed Rahul Gandhi. On this occasion, Rahul Gandhi was welcomed with Sahariya dance. During this, it was seen in a video that Rahul Gandhi could not stop watching the cultural dance on the stage and he also started dancing with CM Gehlot, Kamal Nath and Sachin Pilot. During this, Sachin Pilot and Ashok Gehlot danced together holding each other's hands.
"Every state, every city, every village helped the Yatra a lot"
During this, while addressing the gathering, Rahul Gandhi said that every state, every city, every village helped a lot in the yatra. People didn't have to pay a single penny. The people of India gave a lot of love to the Yatra. Rahul Gandhi said that I want to remove the fear of BJP-RSS from the hearts of the people. I don't hate them. I will not allow them to spread hatred and fear in the country. Rahul Gandhi said that he is sad to leave Madhya Pradesh, but he is happy to come to Rajasthan.