Gandhis March Through Delhi Amid Congress vs BJP Over Covid Protocol

New Delhi: The Congress’ Bharat Jodo Yatra, drove by party MP Rahul Gandhi, entered Delhi early today in the midst of calls by the Wellbeing Priest to follow Coronavirus conventions.
A few party pioneers, including Jairam Ramesh, Pawan Khera, Bhupinder Singh Hooda, Kumari Selja and Randeep Surjewala were seen walking alongside Mr Gandhi.

Afterward, previous Congress President Sonia Gandhi and party general secretary Priyanka Gandhi likewise joined Rahul. This is the second time Sonia Gandhi has joined the yatra. Prior, she had partaken in the Congress’ super walk in Karnataka in October.

As the yatra entered the public capital from Faridabad early today, Delhi Congress Boss Anil Chaudhary invited the Congress MP, other party pioneers and the yatris at Badarpur Line in the midst of “Rahul Zindabad” drones.

While tending to party laborers and pioneers, Rahul Gandhi emphasized that the rationale of his yatra is to open a ‘mohabbat ki dukaan’ (shop of affection) in the midst of a ‘nafrat ka market’ (market of contempt).

“Average person of the nation is presently discussing love. In each state, lakhs have joined the yatra. I have told individuals of RSS and BJP that we are here to open shop of adoration in your ‘bazar’ of scorn,” Mr Gandhi said.

“They (BJP, RSS) spread contempt, we (Congress) spread love,” he said.

Prior, Wellbeing Clergyman Mansukh Mandaviya had kept in touch with Rahul Gandhi requesting that he guarantee Coronavirus “conventions” are followed during Bharat Jodo Yatra.

In his clapback, Mr Gandhi refered to PM Narendra Modi’s new survey crusade in Gujarat and the BJP’s “Jan Aakrosh Yatra” in Rajasthan. “The BJP is taking out yatras in different states. Yet, the Wellbeing Pastor is sending letter just to us,” he said.

Congress had claimed that the BJP needed to stop Mr Gandhi’s yatra as it is terrified of the affection Bharat Jodo Yatra has gotten.

The present yatra will end for three hours at Ashram chowk, and will continue its excursion at 1 pm. Subsequent to crossing through Mathura street, India Entryway and ITO, it will finish up at the Red Post.

The yatra, which finished 100 days on December 16, will require a nine-day year-end break and will again continue on January 3 from Delhi.

The Delhi Police have delivered a traffic warning requesting that workers stay away from specific courses and make “most extreme use” of public vehicle. The traffic, says the warning, is supposed to stay weighty from Badarpur to Red Post.

“There will be evaluated and dynamic redirection to guarantee smooth traffic the board and work with suburbanites while guaranteeing wellbeing of people on foot on streets,” said the warning.