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After months, Rahul’s ‘Yatra’ witnesses first real challenge as it enters Hindi heartland!
New Delhi: As soon as the Bharat Jodo Yatra reached the Hindi heartland, difficulties started cropping up with the yatra. On the one hand, the Yatra, under the leadership of Rahul Gandhi, has started getting more coverage and journalists have started arriving, on the other hand controversies have also started. Think, before this the yatra passed through six states and almost all of them have large Muslim population. BJP does Hindu, Muslim and Pakistan politics in these states also. But there was no controversy over the slogan of Pakistan Zindabad. It did not happen even in Owaisi’s state Hyderabad. But as soon as the yatra reached Madhya Pradesh, a video went viral, regarding which the BJP alleged that slogans of Pakistan Zindabad were raised during the yatra. The CM also announced to conduct an inquiry into it and take strict action.
Similarly, the yatra reached MP and a case of rape was registered against Umang Singhar, a former minister of the state and a strong leader of the organisation. He is a strong tribal leader of the state. Despite the yatra being completely organized, it has happened for the first time in MP that some vehicles involved in the yatra started going in one direction and some in the other direction. It happened in MP itself that Rahul got down from the car and got stuck in the crowd. Priyanka Gandhi Vadra got down from the car, went into the crowd and pulled Rahul back. In MP, Priyanka joined the yatra for the first time and she was faced with a barrage of questions on social media. Rahul went to temples in other states as well, but when he meditated at Omkareshwar in Madhya Pradesh, Union Minister Smriti Irani taunted him by tweeting an inverted photo.