Indore, Madhya Pradesh: Changes have been made in the Indore leg of senior Congress leader Rahul Gandhi’s Bharat Jodo Yatra. Now during the yatra, Rahul Gandhi will take a night’s rest at the Vaishnav College campus. The first night’s rest was to be done on the Khalsa College campus earlier.
Bharat Jodo Yatra will start from November 23 in Madhya Pradesh. During this, the yatra will go to Ujjain via Indore. As per the earlier proposed program, Rahul Gandhi was to spend the night at Khalsa College. Preparations had also started for his stay in the big ground of the college. But now, after the change in the program of the yatra, the night stay will be in the Vaishnav College campus located in front of Khalsa College.
State Secretary of Congress Rajesh Choukse confirmed the news. Cultural activities and other events will take place on the Khalsa College campus as usual. In Khalsa College, the problem of space was coming to the fore in the preparations for the night rest and other programs simultaneously.
That’s why the place of night stay has been changed. 29 November is the rest day of the yatra. It is noteworthy that wherever Rahul Gandhi travels, he takes a night’s rest. Along with him, many other senior Congress leaders and people engaged in security arrangements also stay there for the night.
In another incident, a letter was received in Indore before Rahul Gandhi’s Bharat Jodo Yatra started in Madhya Pradesh. In this, during Rahul’s visit, there was a threat to bomb blast in Indore and to shoot Kamal Nath. In this case, the police of Madhya Pradesh detained a youth from Karnal in Punjab. Further investigation is on in this case.