Bharat Jodo Yatra to enter Punjab on Jan 10

Bharat Jodo Yatra to enter Punjab on Jan 10


CHANDIGARH: The Bharat Jodo Yatra being led by former Congress President Rahul Gandhi will enter Punjab on January 10, celebration leaders mentioned on Saturday.

Addressing the media right here, state Congress President Amarinder Singh Raja Warring, together with the Secretary in-charge Harish Chaudhary and Chief of the Opposition Partap Singh Bajwa introduced that the yatra will enter Punjab by Shambhu border on January 10 and can straightway go to Fatehgarh Sahib.

On January 11, after paying obeisance on the Gurdwara Sahib, Gandhi will deal with a public assembly earlier than embarking on foot on his Punjab leg of the yatra.

The Congress leaders reiterated that this was not a partisan yatra. It is just that Gandhi is main it and the logistic assist is being offered by the celebration and staff, Chaudhary mentioned, mentioning that folks from a cross-section of society – leaders of varied political events, movie personalities, artistes, economists and industrialists – had participated in it.

Chaudhary particularly appealed to the Punjabi NRIs who’re proper now visiting Punjab to take part within the yatra. He mentioned these staying overseas can mark their participation on-line.

Raja Warring mentioned the yatra will stay in Punjab for seven days and a mega-rally can be organised at Pathankot on the concluding day earlier than it leaves for Jammu and Kashmir from Madhopur on its final leg.

Replying to a query about some folks opposing the yatra, he mentioned Punjabis by nature are most hospitable and so they welcome their visitors with open arms no matter which celebration, caste or creed he belongs to.

Bajwa mentioned that this yatra had left its mark among the many folks throughout the nation and had offered “voice to the unvoiced”.

He mentioned the yatra will set the tone for the 2024 elections and it’ll make historical past.

 



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