Bengaluru: Congress Legislature Party leader Siddaramaiah, Karnataka Pradesh Congress Committe President D. K. Shivakumar, party National General Secretary Randeep Surjewala and Council Opposition leader B. K. Hariprasad on Friday September 9 said that the Karnataka phase of Bharat Jodo Yatra will begin from September 30 and will take a two-day break as it falls during Dasara.
No matter their political affiliations, everyone can register online to the event, which was opened on Friday. On Independence Day, more over 1 lakh people enrolled, with 76,000 of them being under 35. The yatris’ requirements for food, accommodation, and other things will be met during the rally, they said.
They said that the aim of the yatra was to make the nation a “garden of peace for all people,” as opposed to the current BJP government, which they claimed was fuelling division and division. Other goals include fighting price hikes, reducing unemployment, freeing Karnataka of corruption, and improving the situation for the poor and farmers.
During the yatra’s afternoon breaks, senior party leader Rahul Gandhi will be available for interactions with a number of groups of people, including workers, farmers, women, SCs, and minorities. They explained how Rahul’s interactions with Biligiriranga Hills’ forest dwellers helped in the bringing the Forest Settlement Act.
A special committee has been formed to gather Bengalureans’ opinions and viewpoints throughout the course of the next 15 days.