This is the 'Bharat Nyaya Yatra', Which will Start from Manipur

This is the 'Bharat Nyaya Yatra', Which will Start from Manipur

This is the 'Bharat Nyaya Yatra', Which will Start from Manipur

Congress's second Bharat Joro Yatra will begin on January 14. The journey will start from Imphal, the capital of Manipur, a state in northeastern India that has been devastated by communal riots. It will end in Mumbai, the capital of Maharashtra. This year's journey has been named 'Bharat Nyaya Yatra'. This journey will end on March 20 after 9 weeks covering 6,200 km in 14 states. Congress president Mallikarjun Kharge will start the journey.

Congress organizing general secretary KC Benugopal announced this program on Wednesday. He said that the first phase of the journey was from south to north. The name was 'Bharat Joro Yatra'. This year's journey is called 'Bharat Nyaya Yatra'.

KC Benugopal said that everyone is concerned about the endless suffering of the people of Manipur. That is why it was decided to start the journey from this state. From Manipur through Nagaland, Assam, Meghalaya, West Bengal, Bihar, Jharkhand, Odisha, Chhattisgarh, Uttar Pradesh, Madhya Pradesh, Rajasthan and Gujarat will end in Maharashtra. Passengers will pass through 85 districts of these 14 states.

Rahul Gandhi walked the Bharat Joro Yatra from start to finish. The journey took place from Tamil Nadu's Kanyakumari to Kashmir's capital Srinagar in September last year. Rahul and his companions covered 4 thousand 200 kilometers on foot through 12 states and 2 Union Territories.

This time also Rahul Gandhi will walk from the beginning to the end. His sister Priyanka Gandhi is supposed to be his partner. However, this year's 'Naya Yatra' will not only be on foot. Due to natural and geographical factors and Lok Sabha elections, vehicles will be used in some parts of the journey. The first India Joro journey was about five months. The second journey is initially scheduled to last for two months and one week.

Bharat Nyaya Yatra time has been determined thoughtfully. The yatra will come just a week before the inauguration of the unfinished Ram Temple in Ayodhya on January 22. Although the construction of the temple has not been completed, it is believed that the purpose of this journey is to strengthen the Congress by alleviating the tension that the BJP is trying to create across the country by inaugurating it before the polls.

Former Congress Prime Minister Manmohan Singh, Mallikarjun Kharge, Sonia Gandhi and Leader of Opposition in Lok Sabha Adhir Ranjan Chowdhury have been invited to the temple inauguration. Although whether they will attend or not, that decision has not yet been made.

The BJP, as usual, criticized the programme. Party spokesperson Nalin Kohli said the people of the country have rejected Bharat Joro Yatra because of the duplicity of the Congress. People cannot be fooled by mere slogans. Prime Minister Narendra Modi is giving real justice to the countrymen in all aspects.

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