Congress’ Bharat Jodo Yatra Begins from Banavasi Village


Kurnool: Congress chief Rahul Gandhi continued his Bharat Jodo Yatra from Andhra Pradesh’s Banavasi village in Kurnool on Thursday morning. On the third day of the yatra, the Congress leader made a brief halt at Mugati village. The Yatra entered Andhra Pradesh on October 18.

The Bharat Jodo Yatra covered Bodivanda, Yemmiganur and Kaludevakunta before reaching Halaharvi village. Rahul Gandhi walked about 22 km and interacted with locals on the way. The Congress leader was welcomed by the villagers as the yatra continued. According to sources, Rahul Gandhi would cover 96 km in Andhra Pradesh.

In the evening, Rahul Gandhi would visit Sri Raghavendra Swamy Mutt and later meet Sri Subudhendra Tirtha ji at Mantralaya in Kurnool district. The Congress team will have a night halt at Chetnihalli village.

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So far, Congress’s Bharat Jodo Yatra has received good response from locals, various political parties and social organizations as Rahul Gandhi traveled from Kerala to Andhra Pradesh. Andhra Pradesh Congress leaders said the yatra is getting overwhelming response from the people of the state.

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