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The Indian National Congress (INC) organized the Bharat Jodo Yatra, a large-scale campaign led by senior Congress leader Rahul Gandhi, to rally party individuals and the public to walk 4,080 kilometers (2,540 miles) from Kanyakumari to Jammu and Kashmir over nearly 150 days. The INC aimed to join together the nation against the “divisive politics” of the BJP-led Government of India, protesting against fear, bigotry, prejudice, and financial challenges such as livelihood annihilation, unemployment, and inequality. The campaign was propelled on September 7, 2022, with Gandhi and Tamil Nadu Chief Minister M.K. Stalin leading the charge. During the Bharat Jodo Yatra, the INC elected a new party president and secured a larger part of the 2022 Himachal Pradesh Legislative Assembly decision, for the first time since 2018.
Bharat Jodo Yatra: A March for Unity and Equality
Week 1 (7-13 September)
Launching the yatra at Kanyakumari on 7 September 2022, Rahul Gandhi paid tributes to his father, Rajiv Gandhi, Swami Vivekananda, and Tamil poet Thiruvalluvar. The Congress called it “India’s biggest mass contact program” which points to requiring the concerns of individuals to Delhi.
Week 2 (14-20 September)
The yatra reached Kollam on 14 September, where Rahul Gandhi paid his regards to Sri Narayana Guru. During his visit, he met cashew workers and guaranteed to raise their grievances in the up-and-coming parliamentary session. The yatra moved through cities like Kollam, Alappuzha, and Kochi this week.
Week 3 (21-27 September)
On 22 September, Rahul Gandhi paid botanical tributes to Mahatma Gandhi in Kochi. On 23 September, BJP leaders falsely claimed that the protest march had taken a break in solidarity with the Prevalent Front of India (PFI). Hollywood actor John Cusack communicated solidarity with Rahul Gandhi. The Kerala High Court rejected the plea to regulate the Bharat Jodo Yatra. On 29 September, the marchers entered Thrissur, Malappuram, and Gudalur in Tamil Nadu.
Week 4 (28 September-4 October)
The yatra moved from Kerala to Tamil Nadu and after that Karnataka. It come to Nilgiris in Tamil Nadu on 29 September and entered Karnataka on 30 September, attracting huge crowds. Police started cracking down on the PayCM campaign. Rahul Gandhi paid botanical tributes to Mahatma Gandhi on Gandhi Jayanthi and criticized the BJP’s handling of the COVID-19 pandemic in Karnataka. The yatra took a break in Mandya on 4 October.
Week 5 (5-11 October)
On 6 October, despite being unwell, Sonia Gandhi joined the yatra. The family of late journalist Gauri Lankesh moreover joined the walk as it completed 30 days on the street. The yatra got an amazing reaction from the local public in the Tumakuru district and reached the Chitradurga district on 11 October.
Week 6 (11-17 October)
Rahul Gandhi met unemployed youth in the Chitradurga district, focusing on the significance of territorial dialects, counting Kannada. On 14 October, the yatra entered the Anantapur district in Andhra Pradesh, drawing a large crowd. It re-entered Karnataka the next day, completing 1,000 km (620 mi) in the Bellary district.
Week 7 (18-24 October)
On 18 October, the yatra re-entered Andhra Pradesh through the Kurnool district sometime recently returning to Karnataka on 21 October. The march entered Telangana on 23 October, followed by a three-day Diwali break.
Week 8 (25-31 October)
After the Diwali break, the yatra continued in Telangana on 27 October, drawing massive swarms. It passed through major districts such as Mahabubnagar, Narayanpet, Sangareddy, and Ranga Reddy. On 29 October, Tollywood actor Poonam Kaur joined Rahul Gandhi as the marchers drew nearer Jadcherla, a town in the Mahabubnagar district.
Week 9 (1-7 November)
Rahul Gandhi, the pioneer of the Indian National Congress, commenced the Bharat Jodo Yatra on November 1, 2022, in Hyderabad, with the mother of late Dalit scholar Rohith Vemula walking nearby him. In an event that reflected his father’s Sadbhavna Yatra from the same area 32 years earlier, Rahul Gandhi spread out the national flag in front of the Charminar. On November 2, on-screen character and filmmaker Pooja Bhatt joined the yatra in Hyderabad, and on November 7, the yatra entered Maharashtra after crossing from Menuru town in Madnoor Mandal district of Telangana to Nanded district in Maharashtra, checking the 61st day of the march.
Week 10 (8-14 November)
On November 10, Bollywood performing artist Sushant Singh joined the Bharat Jodo Yatra in Nanded. The following day, on November 11, Aaditya Thackeray, Shiv Sena pioneer and former Maharashtra Minister, joined the yatra in the Hingoli district, stamping the fifth day of the yatra in Maharashtra and its 65th day overall.
Week 11 (15-21 November)
Medha Patkar, a dissident, joined the Bharat Jodo Yatra in Washim on November 16. On November 17, performing artist Riya Sen joined the walk-in Akola, and on November 18, Mahatma Gandhi’s great-grandson Tushar Gandhi and on-screen character Mona Ambegaonkar joined Rahul amid the yatra in Shegaon, Buldhana district. On November 19, performing artists Rashami Desai and Akanksha Puri, as well as actor-turned-politician Nagma, joined the walk-in Buldhana district on the occasion of Indira Gandhi’s birthday. On November 20, actor Amol Palekar joined the Bharat Jodo Yatra on its last day in Maharashtra in Jalgaon Jamod. This week, Rahul Gandhi made a disputable explanation charging Vinayak Damodar Savarkar with assisting the British.
Week 12 (22-28 November)
The yatra entered Gujarat on 22 November 2022, where it was welcomed by a huge crowd in Navsari. On 23 November, the yatra come to Vadodara, where Rahul Gandhi tended a rally and focused on the ruling BJP on issues such as unemployment and expansion. The Yatra also passed through Ahmedabad and Surat this week.
Week 13 (29 November-5 December)
The yatra entered Maharashtra once more on 29 November, and Rahul Gandhi tended a rally in Nandurbar. On 30 November, the yatra reached the city of Nashik, where it was invited by an expansive swarm. The Yatra also passed through Aurangabad, Beed, and Solapur during this week.
Week 14 (6-12 December)
The yatra entered Karnataka on 6 December, where it was invited by a huge swarm in Belagavi. On 7 December, the yatra come to Hubli, where Rahul Gandhi addressed a rally and focused on the ruling BJP on issues such as rancher distress and rising fuel costs. The Yatra also passed through Dharwad, Haveri, and Davangere this week.
Week 15 (13-19 December)
The yatra entered Telangana again on 13 December, where it was invited by a large crowd in Mahabubnagar. On 14 December, the yatra come to Hyderabad, where Rahul Gandhi addressed a rally and focused on administering TRS on issues such as unemployment and healthcare. The Yatra also passed through Nalgonda and Khammam during this week.
Week 16 (20-26 December)
The yatra entered Andhra Pradesh again on 20 December, where it was invited by a huge crowd in Kurnool. On 21 December, the yatra reached Vijayawada, where Rahul Gandhi addressed a rally and targeted administering YSRCP on issues such as agriculturist trouble and debasement. The Yatra also passed through Guntur and Visakhapatnam during this week.
Week 17 (27 December-2 January)
The yatra entered Tamil Nadu again on 27 December, where it was invited by a large crowd in Coimbatore. On 28 December, the yatra reached Madurai, where Rahul Gandhi tended a rally and focused on administering AIADMK on issues such as unemployment and instruction. The yatra too passed through Tiruchirappalli and Chennai during this week.
Week 18 (3-9 January)
The yatra entered Puducherry on 3 January 2023, where it was invited by an expansive swarm. On 4 January, the yatra come to Chennai again, where Rahul Gandhi tended a rally and focused on administering AIADMK on issues such as healthcare and women’s security. The yatra moreover passed through Vellore and Tirupati this week.
Week 19 (10-16 January)
The yatra entered Karnataka once more on 10 January, where it was invited by a huge swarm in Bengaluru. On 11 January, the yatra come to Mysuru, where Rahul Gandhi tended a rally and focused on the administering BJP on issues such as rancher trouble and rising costs. The Yatra also passed through Chikkamagaluru and Hassan this week.
Week 20 (17-23 January)
The yatra entered Kerala once more on 17 January, where it was welcomed by a huge crowd in Thiruvananthapuram. On 18 January, the yatra come to Kochi, where Rahul Gandhi addressed a rally and focused on administering LDF on issues such as healthcare and instruction. The Yatra also passed through Kozhikode and Kannur during this week.
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