Rahul Gandhi isn’t the one one carrying solely a T-shirt as he marches by the chilly in his Bharat Jodo Yatra. In Banihal on Friday, Omar Abdullah wore a white T-shirt regardless of the temperature hovering between 2-3 levels Celsius.
The three-month-old Abdullah was carrying trousers, a white Polo T-shirt, and a winter cap, his solely protection in opposition to the chilly. Additionally carrying a woolen cap, Rahul was seen this time.
From Banihal, the yatra proceeded to Kashmir. Uttar Pradesh Deputy Chief Minister Brajesh Pathak even questioned, “Wo kaun se jeevanu hain jise thand nahin lagti?” (How can he not really feel chilly in such climate situations?).
Rahul Gandhi had to take a automobile after Qazigund as a end result of a purported safety failure that hampered the Bharat Jodo Yatra.
He was meant to take that approach sooner.
Snow is falling in a number of areas in Kashmir proper now.
Farooq Abdullah, the chief of the Nationwide Convention, welcomed the yatra in Jammu whereas Omar Abdullah selected to go to Rahul Gandhi in the Kashmir Valley.
The Bharat Jodo Yatra, in accordance to Omar, “is not aimed at growing Rahul Gandhi’s picture however for bettering the situation in the nation.” He went on to say that he has not joined this for his personal private picture however for the nation’s general illustration.
Over 3,500 kilometres have been lined by Rahul Gandhi since he started his Bharat Jodo Yatra in Kanyakumari.
The tricolour will be raised at the Delhi headquarters of the get together on January 30 to mark its conclusion.
Alongside the course of, a number of notable figures and leaders from the DMK, Shiv Sena, NCP, Makkal Needhi Maiam, Kamal Hassan’s get together, and many extra organisations with whom the Congress is allied joined the BJY.
The Janata Dal (United) was despatched an invitation by the Congress, however Nitish Kumar’s group declined
The Samajwadi Celebration and the Bahujan Samaj Celebration have already made the resolution to abstain.
The yatra was stopped in Ramban on Wednesday owing to extreme climate after a profitable leg in Jammu. The yatra was stopped in Ramban on Wednesday owing to extreme climate after a profitable leg in Jammu. The yatra resumed on Friday from Banihal and reached the Valley after taking a break day. Earlier than a large finale occasion on January 30, the Bharat Jodo Yatra will spend the next two days within the Kashmir valley.