HomeIndiaIndia Jodi Yatra in Maha from next week, Rahul Gandhi to address...

India Jodi Yatra in Maha from next week, Rahul Gandhi to address rallies on November 10 and 18SEXI News

India Jodi Yatra in Maha from next week, Rahul Gandhi to address rallies on November 10 and 18

Congress leader Rahul Gandhi will address two rallies in Maharashtra on November 10 and 18 as part of his ‘Bharat Jodi Yatra’, which will arrive in the state on Monday. A senior party leader gave this information.

The yatra, which started from Kanyakumari on 7th September, will reach Madnoor Naka in Degalur in Nanded district of Maharashtra from neighboring Telangana state at 7 pm on 7th November.

“Rahul Gandhi will address two rallies during his visit to Maharashtra. He will hold the first rally on November 10 in Nanded district, while the second will be held on November 18 at Shegaon in Buldhana district.

Congress’s public relations initiative Bharat Jodi Yatra will pass through 15 assembly and 6 parliamentary constituencies of the state during its 14-day stay. It will cover a distance of 382 km in five districts before entering Madhya Pradesh on November 20.

After reaching Nanded on Monday evening, the journey will resume from Deglur bus stand in the district at 6.30 am the next day. Party sources said that it will run for four days from Nanded district and will enter Hingoli district on November 11, Washim district on November 15, Akola district on November 16 and Buldhana district on November 18.

Thorat, who recently visited Nanded district to take stock of the preparations for the yatra, said that elaborate arrangements have been made for it in the state.

Another Congress leader said, “More than 100 prominent personalities from different walks of life will participate in the yatra.” Nationalist Congress Party (NCP) president Sharad Pawar is likely to take part in a foot march on November 9.

The state Congress leadership plans to highlight the participation of the NCP and Uddhav Thackeray-led Shiv Sena in the yatra as a show of solidarity of the Maha Vikas Aghadi (MVA) against the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP).

read all Latest Politics News Here

RELATED ARTICLES
- Advertisment -

Most Popular