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The journey of Congress leader Rahul Gandhi, who started the ‘Bharat Jodo Yatra’ from Kanyakumari in Tamil Nadu today, is going to be a difficult one. During this, Rahul is going to cover a long distance of 3,570 km passing through 12 states. This journey will last for five months. Congress says that Rahul Gandhi is doing this rally as a fight of economic disparities, social polarization, problems of political centralization and ideologies. The padyatra will run in two batches, one from 7-10:30 am and the other from 3:30 pm to 6:30 pm. While the morning session will see a small number of participants, the evening session will see mass mobilization. On an average plan to walk around 22-23 km daily.

Rahul Gandhi is going to sleep in a container for 150 days
Rahul Gandhi is going to sleep in a container for the next 150 days. Sleeping beds, toilets and air-conditioners have also been installed in some of the containers. There will be differences in temperature and atmosphere in many areas during the journey. With the change of location, arrangements have been made in view of the scorching heat and humidity. About 60 such containers have been prepared where a village has been established. The container will be raised daily at a new place in the shape of a village for the night’s rest. Full-time travelers staying with Rahul Gandhi will have a meal together. Sources further said that Rahul Gandhi considers the Bharat Jodo Yatra as a way to connect with the common people. So he wants to complete this entire journey in a simple way away from the glitz and glamour. Rahul Gandhi calls it a yatra but political analysts consider it a preparation for 2024.

How will be the arrangement of food and drink
Rahul Gandhi will not stay in any hotel. Will eat food with party leaders in the tent and all the leaders will prepare this food together. However, at some places, state Congress units will also make arrangements for food and drink for the Congress leaders involved in the yatra.

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The journey of Congress leader Rahul Gandhi, who started the ‘Bharat Jodo Yatra’ from Kanyakumari in Tamil Nadu today, is going to be a difficult one. During this, Rahul is going to cover a long distance of 3,570 km passing through 12 states. This journey will last for five months. Congress says that Rahul Gandhi is doing this rally as a fight of economic disparities, social polarization, problems of political centralization and ideologies. The padyatra will run in two batches, one from 7-10:30 am and the other from 3:30 pm to 6:30 pm. While the morning session will see a small number of participants, the evening session will see mass mobilization. On an average plan to walk around 22-23 km daily.

Rahul Gandhi is going to sleep in a container for 150 days

Rahul Gandhi is going to sleep in a container for the next 150 days. Sleeping beds, toilets and air-conditioners have also been installed in some of the containers. There will be differences in temperature and atmosphere in many areas during the journey. With the change of location, arrangements have been made in view of the scorching heat and humidity. About 60 such containers have been prepared where a village has been established. The container will be raised daily at a new place in the shape of a village for the night’s rest. Full-time travelers staying with Rahul Gandhi will have a meal together. Sources further said that Rahul Gandhi considers the Bharat Jodo Yatra as a way to connect with the common people. So he wants to complete this entire journey in a simple way away from the glitz and glamour. Rahul Gandhi calls it a yatra but political analysts consider it a preparation for 2024.

How will be the arrangement of food and drink

Rahul Gandhi will not stay in any hotel. Will eat food with party leaders in the tent and all the leaders will prepare this food together. However, at some places, state Congress units will also make arrangements for food and drink for the Congress leaders involved in the yatra.

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