Guwahati, Jan 21: Congress’ ‘Bharat Jodo Nyay Yatra’ led by Rahul Gandhi resumed the second leg of its Assam journey on Sunday, after an evening halt in neighbouring Arunachal Pradesh.
The Yatra re-entered Assam via Rajgarh in Biswanath district and is continuing in direction of Nagaon district within the central a part of the state.
The march, being carried out on foot and bus, had performed its first leg of Assam journey from Thursday to Saturday afternoon.
It has now began its second leg and can journey via the state until March 25, protecting a complete of 833 km.
A public assembly, to be attended by Congress president Mallikarjun Kharge and Gandhi, amongst others, is scheduled at Kaliabor in Nagaon later within the day.
Quickly after re-entering the state, Gandhi held a gathering with delegates of various political events who’ve prolonged assist to the Yatra within the state.
The Congress is a part of a 15-party collective within the state, shaped to struggle the upcoming Lok Sabha elections unitedly and had prolonged assist to the Yatra.
Gandhi is scheduled to deal with the general public at Biswanath Chariali city earlier than the Yatra takes the morning break at Mukhargarh in Biswanath.
It is going to then proceed to Kaliabor for the second public assembly, with evening halt scheduled at Owana village in Rupahi. (Businesses)
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