Rahul Gandhi’s ‘Bharat Jodo Nyay Yatra’ Set to Encompass 17 Assam Districts in 8 Days

Rahul Gandhi's 'Bharat Jodo Nyay Yatra' Set to Encompass 17 Assam Districts

Rahul Gandhi’s ‘Bharat Jodo Nyay Yatra’ Set to Encompass 17 Assam Districts: There will be eight days of Rahul Gandhi’s Bharat Jodo Nyay Yatra in Assam, which will start on January 18 in Sivasagar. He is the leader of the Congress party.

According to the suggested route put out by the Assam Pradesh Congress Committee, the yatra will come into the state from Nagaland at Haluating, which is on the border with Assam.

Rahul Gandhi’s ‘Bharat Jodo Nyay Yatra’ Set to Encompass 17 Assam Districts in 8 Days

It will go through 17 districts of Assam, which is a distance of 833 km.

Two public events were planned for Gandhi on the first day. The first was in Amguri, Sivasagar, and the second was in the Gibbon Forest Area at Mariani in the Jorhat district.

On the first day, there will be two roadshows: one in Amguri and one in Mariani, with his group stopping the night in Jorhat.

From Nimatighat to Afalaghat, the yatra will take a boat across the River Brahmaputra to reach Majuli, which is the biggest river island.

Gandhi will take a group of people to the famous Vaishnav temples of Kamalabari and Aunati, as well as to Jengraimukh and Dhaukuakhan.

The leader of the Congress party and his group will spend the night at Gogamukh in the Dhemaji area.

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On January 20, the yatra will go to Lakhimpur, where there will be a tour in Lakhimpur town, Laluk, Harmati, and Nowboicha. He will then go into the neighboring state of Arunachal Pradesh and spend the night in Itanagar.

From Gohpur, he will go to Bishwanath and Sonitpur districts for roadshows the next day. He will then go to Nagaon district and stay the night at Rupohi.

He is going to visit the Borduwa Sattra in Batadrava, which is where the Vaishnav saint Srimanta Sankardeva was born. After that, he will do a tour and hold a meeting on a street corner before going to Nongpho in Meghalaya to hold a public meeting and stay the night.

The yatra will enter Guwahati on January 23 in Kamrup (Metro), then in Kamrup (Rural). There are no public meetings planned in either district.

The yatra will also go through Nalbari district on the same day. There will be a meeting on a street corner there before going to Barpeta district, where Gandhi and his group will stay the night.

The Yatra will start in Barpeta and go to Bongaigaon, North Salmara, and Dhubri the next day. It will stop for the night at Gauripur.

It was planned to hold a public meeting in Gauripur before the yatra went through different parts of the district on its way to Sagolia at Boxirhat, which is on the border between Assam and West Bengal.

According to Assam Chief Minister Himanta Biswa Sarma, the Congress will be able to hold the Yatra because “all tourists were welcome” in the state. This was said on Thursday.

The Congress had earlier said that they were not allowed to stop for the night and park their trucks at a school ground and a college.

After being asked, Sarma said that approval could not be given for schools and colleges that are in session.

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