Bharat Jodo Yatra ‘revolutionary Moment’ for National Politics, Not Event: Jairam Ramesh

Congress Common Secretary (communications) Jairam Ramesh on Sunday stated the Bharat Jodo Yatra is a “revolutionary second” for nationwide politics in addition to the occasion and never an occasion, and changing it into electoral success will take some time.

Addressing a press convention on the final day of the foot march’s Maharashtra leg, Ramesh claimed individuals had been in search of another and needed to do away with the Bharatiya Janata Social gathering (BJP) and the Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh (RSS).

“The Congress is the one ideology that presents a substitute for the BJP and the RSS. The Bharat Jodo Yatra is a revolutionary second for nationwide politics and the Congress and never an occasion,” he stated.

It should take some time to transform the yatra’s success into the electoral success, he added.

Ramesh stated the yatra will take a break on November 21 and 22 in Maharashtra and can proceed to Madhya Pradesh on November 23.

The occasion had earlier stated the yatra would proceed to MP on Sunday and take an evening halt in Burhanpur.

As per the Congress’s earlier schedule, the yatra’s relaxation day was Monday. Rahul Gandhi is scheduled to go to Gujarat on Monday for the election marketing campaign there.

Ramesh thanked the Maharashtra Congress management for organising the logistics extraordinarily effectively and stated the state occasion unit will organise six rallies in all of the six income divisions of the state to capitalise on the success of the yatra in order that the state unit is galvanised for the 2024 Lok Sabha and Meeting polls.

Maharashtra was a bastion of the Congress and the yatra’s success will make sure the occasion “hand” (its image) is seen in all places within the state, he stated.

Ramesh stated girls, youth and farmers had been outstanding members of the yatra, a mass contact initiative of the Congress.

“In his interplay with Dalits and OBC organisations, Rahul Gandhi stated a caste-based census was urgently wanted,” he stated.

The yatra has introduced an inspiring message and a “new Congress” is rising, he claimed.

“The voices of the occasion’s critics are subdued now,” he stated, including that future modifications within the organisation can be based mostly on the experiences of the yatra.

Ramesh stated financial disparity, polarisation and political dictatorship had been the problems highlighted throughout the yatra.

Maharashtra coordinator for the yatra Balasaheb Thorat stated the yatra lined greater than 380 km within the state.

“The interactions Rahul Gandhi had with numerous individuals whereas strolling had been memorable. The workforce which walked behind to make sure the route was cleaned up after the yatra handed by must be recommended. The cooperation from police was additionally praiseworthy,” he stated.

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