After 3-day break, Rahul Gandhi’s Bharat Jodo Yatra is ready to start
Hyderabad: After a three-day break, Congress leader Rahul Gandhi‘s Bharat Jodo Yatra will certainly return to in Telangana on Thursday.
The Congress MP will certainly be showing up in Hyderabad later on in the day and also will certainly leave for Makthal in Narayanpet area to return to the foot March after an evening stop.
The Yatra had actually gone into Telangana to a grand welcome by the state event leaders and also staffs on Sunday.
After covering 4 states throughout the last 45 days, the yatra got in Gudeballur in Narayanpet area from Karnataka’s Raichur.
Rahul Gandhi strolled a couple of kilometres with various other event leaders and also numerous event employees prior to proclaiming a three-day break for Diwali and also the swearing-in event of the recently chosen Congress presidentMallikarjun Kharge He later on left for New Delhi.
Telangana Pradesh Congress Committee (TPCC) president A. Revanth Reddy, event in-charge for Telangana Manickam Tagore, Congress Legislature Party (CLP) leader Mallu Bhatti Vikramarka, yatra planner for Andhra Pradesh and also Telangana Uttam Kumar Reddy and also numerous elderly leaders will certainly go along with Rahul Gandhi when he returns to yatra on Thursday.
Uttam Kumar Reddy claimed the yatra will certainly proceed in Telangana till November 7 with one-day break on November 4.
Rahul Gandhi will certainly stroll 20-25 kilometres on a daily basis covering 375 kilometres in 19 Assembly and also 7 Parliamentary constituencies in Telangana.
During the yatra, he will certainly resolve edge conferences and also communicate with leaders of numerous neighborhoods, pupils, ladies and also individualities from various areas like sporting activities, company and also amusement.
The yatra will certainly likewise coverHyderabad Rahul will certainly see the historical Charminar on October 31. He is set up to commemorate his granny and also previousPrime Minister Indira Gandhi The event is likewise making setups for a large public conference at Necklace Road in the city on November 1.