Bharat Jodo Yatra: The Delhi traffic police on Friday issued a traffic advisory as Congress’s Bharat Jodo Yatra prepares to enter the national capital on Saturday.
The Bharat Jodo Yatra will enter at around 6.30 am from Badarpur border and is expected to reach Jai Dev Ashram Chowk around 10.30 am. The padyatris are expected to end the day’s trek at the Red Fort around 4.30 pm.
During Yatra, Badarpur Flyover, Mitha Pur Chowk, Prahlad Pur Red Light, MB Road, Apollo flyover, Mathura Road, Mathura Road, Okhla Mod Red Light, Modi Mill flyover, NFC Red Light, Ashram Chowk, Mool Chand, Andrews Ganj , AIIMS, will be affected, he said.
Phase I ends
Rahul Gandhi and other leaders along with party supporters will have a nine-day break after arriving in Delhi on December 24, while the first phase of the padyatra ends.
During this break, the ‘Bharat Yatris’ will go home to their respective states, including Kerala, Karnataka, Andhra Pradesh, Assam and Manipur, and the nearly 70 containers moving with the yatra will go for maintenance and make necessary arrangements in them. view of the cold
Meanwhile, actor-turned-politician Kamal Haasan, family members of freedom fighters and senior Congress leaders are expected to join Rahul Gandhi on the Delhi leg of his Bharat Jodo Yatra on Saturday, party sources said.
Addressing the MKM office-bearers last week, Haasan said he had been invited by Rahul Gandhi and would participate in the Bharat Jodo Yatra on December 24 in the national capital.
“People from different areas will join the yatra which will enter Badarpur border at 6 am. Then we will proceed towards the Ashram from Apollo hospital and then the yatris will have a lunch break and rest. We will resume our yatra. 1 pm from the Ashram” , said Delhi Congress President Anil Chaudhary.
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