In order to mobilize support for the impending Lok Sabha elections, Congress leader Rahul Gandhi set out on a historic journey known as the Bharat Jodo Nyay Yatra, which is going to move 6,713 miles from Manipur to Mumbai. In contrast to the BJP’s “violence, hatred, and dominance,” Gandhi is focused on establishing a society characterized by “peace and harmony.”

Resolving Injustice throughout India

Speaking to an intrigued gathering of some 20,000 people at Khongjom in the Thoubal region, Rahul emphasized the social, economic, as well as political inequality that is still present in Indian society. He voiced concerns regarding economic monopolies, restricted access to the nation’s riches, and the downturn of small and medium-sized enterprises. Significant unemployment and price increases were also highlighted.

Engaging with the Crowd in The. Bharat Jodo Nyay Yatra

Rahul engaged in conversation with locals and learned about their concerns by walking and taking buses along the route on the second day of the yatra. With the yatra, he hopes to draw attention to the injustices that many communities—such as tribal communities, Dalits, and lower castes—face, as they are underrepresented in the nation’s government.

BJP’S Criticism

BJP spokesman Jaiveer Shergill attacked the Nyaya Yatra, saying its real aim is to disparage the nation. Shergill pointed to internal disputes inside the Congress as the reason for the party’s alleged demise and urged Rahul Gandhi to address them.

PM Modi’s Nonattendance in a State Torn by Ethnic Conflict

Prime Minister Narendra Modi was chastised by Rahul Gandhi for not traveling to states where there is ethnic conflict, calling it’shameful.’ The prime minister’s absence in these places became a subject of contention, casting doubt on the responsiveness of the government.


As the Bharat Jodo Nyay Yatra unfolds, it becomes a vibrant political trip, drawing attention to the multiple inequalities existent in Indian society and laying the stage for a heated political discourse in the lead-up to the Lok Sabha elections.

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