Congress MP Rahul Gandhi accompanied with party leaders and workers resume the ‘Bharat Jodo Yatra’ on Day 22 from Chungathara in Malappuram’s Nilambur.
On this day, the march in Kerala will come to an end . After covering 8.5 KM, they would take a break at CKHS Manimooly at Vazhikadavu after covering around 8.6 km. Rahul Gandhi would travel to Government Arts and Science College at Gudalur in Tamil Nadu by car, according to the itinerary of the yatra.
Later in the day, the march would resume from Government Arts and Science College at Gudalur around 5 pm and halt for the day at Gudalur Bus Stand after covering around 5.5 km.
Bharat Jodo Yatra
The Congress’ Bharat Jodo Yatra entered Kerala on September 10 evening and traversed the state for 18 days. The 3,570 km and 150-day-long foot march started from Kanyakumari in Tamil Nadu on September 7 and will conclude in Jammu and Kashmir.
On Wednesday, Rahul Gandhi remembered late senior party leader Aryadan Mohammed, who died a few days ago. He said that he misses Aryadan Mohammed as he was a “secular and generous leader” who “worked tirelessly for his constituency and the state.”
Rahul Gandhi addressed a large gathering after the March and said he was “happy to end the Kerala leg of the yatra from my second home” — his constituency. When he entered Wayanad during the day, he posted, “Thank you to the people of Wayanad for the heartwarming reception you have extended to the Bharat Jodo Yatra. Being with you all is like being home. #BharatJodoYatra.”
AICC general secretary in-charge communications Jairam Ramesh tweeted, “Tomorrow morning, the yatra will leave Kerala, entering Gudalur in Tamil Nadu and then onwards to Karnataka. In Kerala alone, the Yatra will have covered 440 km over 7 districts, with Yatris walking 20-25 kms every day – and most importantly – meeting, interacting, and conveying the message of Bharat Jodo to lakhs of people every single day,” was quoted by PTI earlier in the day.
Jairam Ramesh tweet
#BharatJodoYatra का 22वां दिन केरल में आख़िरी दिन है। पदयात्री आज सुबह निलंबूर से वज़िक्कदवु तक पदयात्रा कर रहे हैं। वहां से हम वाहन से नीलगिरी पहाड़ियों से होते हुए तमिलनाडु के गुडलुर तक जाएंगे। यात्रा को प्यार और ज़बरदस्त समर्थन देने के लिए हम केरल के लोगों के बहुत आभारी हैं। pic.twitter.com/GFnqgBdO79
— Jairam Ramesh (@Jairam_Ramesh) September 29, 2022
When the yatra entered Nilambur in Malappuram on Wednesday, Ramesh tweeted, “#BharatJodoYatra has entered Nilambur. A large number of migrants from UP/Bihar work here. International remittances bring in at least Rs.1 lakh cr a year into Kerala. Remittances from Kerala to other states are perhaps around Rs30,000 cr. Nilambur showcases the message of the yatra.”