Mumbai : Preparations for the arrival of ‘Bharat Jodo Yatre’ in Maharashtra, which was started from Kanyakumari under the leadership of Congress leader MP Rahul Gandhi, have started. A team of State Congress office bearers left for Kerala to find out what preparations should be made before and during the actual arrival of the Yatra and what needs to be done to improve the situation in that area after the Yatra has gone ahead.
BJP has started politics of hatred in the country, in response to which Rahul Gandhi led Bharat Jodo Yatra from Kanyakumari to Kashmir. This yatra has started from Kanyakumari on 7th September. This yatra will run for 150 days through 12 states and two Union Territories of the country. In Maharashtra, the Yatra will arrive in Nanded district on November 7. Rahul Gandhi will stay in Maharashtra for 16 days. Their public meetings will be held in about ten cities. With that in mind, under the supervision of former Chief Minister Ashok Chavan, Legislature Congress Party Leader Balasaheb Thorat and State President Nana Patole, preparations are being made carefully and successfully for Rahul Gandhi’s visit to the state.
Bharat Jodo Yatra is currently in Kerala. MLA Amar visited some of the places visited by the Yatra to get information about what preparations need to be made before the arrival of the Yatra, what preparations should be made after the arrival of the Yatra until it proceeds and what needs to be done to restore the cleanliness and other things in that area after the Yatra has passed. Rajurkar, State General Secretary Abhijit Sakpal, Abhijit Deshmukh along with a team of ten office bearers have arrived in Kerala on Thursday. After visiting different places for two days, the team will return to the state tomorrow and they will give all the information in a meeting held in Nanded on Monday.
16 days tour in the state
Bharat Jodo Yatra will arrive at Degalur in Nanded district in the state. Ashok Chavan, Balasaheb Thorat and Nana Patole are going to tour to see which way the Yatra is going to arrive, which way and who is going to which place. Against the backdrop of changed political equations in the state, Rahul Gandhi’s 16-day visit to Maharashtra on the occasion of Bharat Jodo Yatra has gained political importance.