Assam: Rahul Gandhi Resumes Bharat Jodo Nyay Yatra in Majuli

Guwahati, 19th January: On the morning of January 19, 2024, Rahul Gandhi, leader of the Indian National Congress, recommenced the Bharat Jodo Nyay Yatra in Assam. The symbolic journey began with a boat ride from Nimatighat in Jorhat district to Aphalamukh Ghat in Majuli district, the world’s largest inhabited river island. Spanning 6,713 kilometres over 67 days, the Yatra aims to traverse 110 districts across 15 Indian states, covering 833 kilometres in Assam alone and impacting 17 districts.

Key party figures accompanying Rahul Gandhi include Jairam Ramesh, General Secretary; Bhupen Kumar Borah, state President; and Debabrata Saikia, Leader of Opposition in the Assam Assembly. The day’s itinerary included a visit to Auniati Satra, a significant Vaishnavism site in Kamalabari Chariali. The Yatra paused at the Rajiv Gandhi Sports Complex in Jengraimukh for a morning break, featuring a press conference addressed by Jairam Ramesh and MP Gaurav Gogoi.

Later in the day, the march proceeded by bus to Dhakuakhana in North Lakhimpur district, culminating with Rahul Gandhi addressing a public meeting at Gogamukh in the evening. Participants planned to rest overnight at the Gogamukh Colony ground. This ambitious political march, initiated on January 14 from Manipur, is expected to conclude in Mumbai on either March 20 or 21, aiming to foster unity and justice across the nation while highlighting various social and political issues.

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