Priyanka Gandhi Vadra joins Rahul Gandhi for Bharat Jodo Yatra in Madhya Pradesh

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Congress General Secretary Priyanka Gandhi Vadra and her husband Robert Vadra joined Bharat Jodo Yatra on Thursday for the first time since the Yatra began. Their son Raihan Vadra also joined the Yatra. The Congress leader’s sister, Priyanka Gandhi Vadra, and her husband, Robert Vadra, arrived in Indore on Wednesday to participate in the yatra from Thursday. Senior Congress leader Sachin Pilot is also part of the Bharat Jodo Yatra which took over this morning from Borgaon village in Madhya Pradesh.

Earlier, Congress leader Rahul Gandhi on Wednesday accused the Narendra Modi government of severing the “sacred relationship” with the soldiers by introducing the Agnipath scheme. He said the government had set up the scheme which would make young people jobless for life after just four years of service as Agniveers. Gandhi was addressing a public meeting held in the Madhya Pradesh town of Burhanpur after the Bharat Jodo Yatra led by him entered the state from neighboring Maharashtra on Wednesday.

Gandhi said, “I am very happy today that we are taking our first step in Madhya Pradesh. We will have a lot of talks, we will hug you a lot and understand the problems of farmers and people. The problem is slightly different in each state and in each district. He added, “Our government was formed in Madhya Pradesh but they bought off our 20-25 corrupt MPs.

“We started this journey from Kanyakumari. When we started the opposition people said that India is 3300 kilometers long and it can’t be done on foot but now that we have arrived in Madhya Pradesh we will walk about 370 kilometers here . This Yatra will reach Srinagar and our tricolor will be hoisted there, no one can stop it,” the Congress leader added.

There are three goals behind this Yatra. First, it is against the hatred, violence and fear that is spreading in India. Secondly it is against unemployment and thirdly against inflation, he said adding that thousands of people including youths, farmers and unemployed youths will participate in this yatra and walk through Madhya Pradesh.

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