Rahul Gandhi’s ‘Bharat Jodo Yatra’ arrived in Punjab from Haryana today. It takes about 9 days in Punjab. The Yatra then enters Himachal Pradesh. Rahul Gandhi’s ‘Bharat Jodo Yatra’ enters Punjab from Haryana today and lasts about 9 days in Punjab. The Yatra then enters Himachal Pradesh.
Bharat Jodo Yatra: The ‘Bharat Jodo Yatra’ led by Rahul Gandhi has reached Punjab. On Tuesday morning, Rahul Gandhi’s journey left Ambala city in Haryana and arrived in Amritsar to pay his respects at Amritsar’s Golden Temple.
Rahul Gandhi wore a turban. Yesterday was the last day of Bharat Jodo Yatra for Haryana State Congress. This yatra entered Punjab via Khalkha Chowk and the Shabo border. Rahul’s ‘Bharat Jodo Yatra’ in Punjabi begins on January 11th. From today until January 19th.
The yatra of Rahul’s ‘Bharat Jodhyatra’ begins at 7:00 am on the afternoon of his January 11th, the first day of the yatra, at Dana His Mandi in Sihind. Then, after a short stop, this yatra continues at 15:30 from Mandi Govindgarh’s Khalsa school building again at 15:30.
The Yatra starts the next day. On January 12th at 6am at Kashmir Gardens, Maripur. This 25 km Yatra is said to go on without a break.
There will be no Yatra on the following day, January 13th, due to Lohri, the biggest festival in Punjab.
The Yatra on his 14th January, his 4th day of Yatra, Yatra will extend from GC Resort Goraya to Radwalthor, Ludhiana, after a short break at 3am He will depart from Gil at 6am.
Yatra Day 5 Yatra, On January 15th, Yatra will depart his LPU University at 6:00am and proceed via BMC Chowk Jalandhar at 3:30pm.
The Yatra Like every day, this Yatra he will start on January 16th from Avatar Regency at 6am and after a short afternoon break it will start again at 3:30am from Kalalukaran village in Adampur.
Like every day on January 17th, the 7th day of the Yatra, the Yatra starts at 6:00 am from Zingal Kurd in Dasua and after a short afternoon break from Gonspur at 3:30 am.
The Yatra on 18 January, Mukerian is seen entering Himachal Pradesh from Bangarra on his eighth day of the Yatra, and on the final day of ‘Bharat Jodhyatra’ in Punjab on 19 January, Patankot Party leader Rahul Gandhi speaking at a rally at noon. Respond.