‘India’s most corrupt govt is in…’ Rahul Gandhi says as Bharat Jodo Nyay Yatra enters Assam

Om Sharma
By Om Sharma 3 Min Read

JANUARY 18, 2024

“As the Assam leg of Rahul Gandhi’s Bharat Jodo Nyay Yatra commences, spanning 17 districts over eight days, Senior Congress leader Alka Lamba exudes confidence, asserting that the party aims to significantly augment its current tally of three Lok Sabha members in Assam to double digits.”

Rahul Gandhi’s Bharat Jodo Nyay Yatra has resumed the fifth day of its journey from Assam’s Shivsagar. Gandhi resumed his journey in a bus from Tuli in Nagaland in the early morning and reached Assam around 9:45 am. He was received by hundreds of party workers at Haluwating, where the national flag was handed over to Assam Congress leaders for the eight-day journey in the state.

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“The Assam leg of the Bharat Jodo Nyay Yatra, spanning eight days from January 18, covering 17 districts and covering a distance of 833 km, marks a significant journey for the initiative.”

Speaking at the National Flag handover Ceremony in Haluwating, Rahul Gandhi said, “We started the Bharat Jodo Nyay Yatra from Manipur, and will continue till Maharashtra. This yatra not only aims to unite every religion and caste in India but also give ‘nyay’. We have added ‘nyay’ to the name of this yatra because we feel that the BJP and RSS have done a lot of injustice – social, economic and political – to people of the nation.”

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“The Bharat Jodo Nyay Yatra, inspired by the ideology of Sankardev, aims to unite people and fight against injustice,” declared the leader.

He further emphasized, “Perhaps India’s most corrupt government is in Assam.” In response to concerns about permissions, Senior Congress leader Alka Lamba urged the Assam government to facilitate the Yatra, stating, “We request the Himanta Biswa Sarma government here to provide the required permissions for the Yatra.

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If granted timely permissions, we can prepare ourselves better… but no force can stop it from coming to Assam.

” Lamba also expressed confidence in the Congress, anticipating an increase in the party’s Lok Sabha members from Assam, with the goal of reaching double digits in a state that sends a total of 14 MPs to the Lower House of Parliament.

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