Real test of Rahul Gandhi’s ‘Bharat Jodo Yatra’ in Rajasthan, 3 big challenges are ahead

Rahul Gandhi’s Bharat Jodo Yatra, which started from Southern India, is now entering the Hindi heartland. Now this yatra has reached Madhya Pradesh and from here it will reach Jhalwad in Rajasthan on December 3.

This yatra of Congress in Rajasthan may face challenges on many fronts. Rahul Gandhi’s Bharat Jodo Yatra is a big challenge to stop the factionalism among Congress leaders in Rajasthan.

The feud between Sachin Pilot and current Rajasthan Chief Minister Ashok Gehlot in Rajasthan is not hidden from anyone. . Different groups of supporters of both the leaders are seen. In Rajasthan, the Congress party seems to be divided into two groups. The effect of which is also seen on the politics of Rajasthan. 

Congress divided into two factions in Rajasthan

Recently Congress in-charge in Rajasthan Ajay Maken resigned from his post. The reason for which is the rebellion of the MLAs of the Gehlot group. In fact, on September 25 this year, a meeting of the Congress Legislature Party was called in Rajasthan. In which the present President of Congress Mallikarjun Kharge and Ajay Maken also participated. But the MLAs of the Gehlot faction boycotted the meeting. Whose complaint had reached Sonia Gandhi. The leaders of Gehlot party who did not attend this meeting. It included ministers Shanti Dhariwal, Mahesh Joshi and RTDC chairman Dharmendra Rathore. After which a notice was also issued to these leaders on behalf of the party.

After which, in the same month, Ajay Maken resigned from the post of in-charge of Rajasthan, angry with this whole matter. While handing over his resignation to Congress President Kharge, Ajay Maken raised the issue of no action being taken against the leaders of Gehlot’s party. Along with this, he said that he will not be able to work further on the post of in-charge of Rajasthan.

In his letter, Ajay Maken also mentioned about Bharat Jodo Yatra. He said that this yatra is reaching Rajasthan in the first week of December and at this time by-elections are also to be held in Rajasthan. In such a situation, it is necessary to appoint the in-charge of Congress before this election. Now the challenge before the Congress is to make the Bharat Jodo Yatra successful in Rajasthan, as well as to appoint the in-charge of Rajasthan and ensure its victory in the by-election. For which voting will be held on December 5 and counting of votes will be done on December 8. In this by-election, the Congress will also get to know how deep the Congress is in the coming assembly elections in the state.  Because next year in 2023 assembly elections are also going to be held in Rajasthan. But there is an allegation of rebellion in the party.

BJP will hold Jan Aakrosh rally in Rajasthan

The second challenge for Congress is BJP’s Jan Aakrosh rally to be held in December. There is a rally which BJP is going to organize on a large scale in Rajasthan. In which BJP leaders and workers will go among the public in every assembly. During this, the failures of the Congress government in the state and the achievements and schemes of the Modi government will be kept in front of the public. In such a situation, Rahul Gandhi may come face-to-face with BJP leaders and workers when he reaches Rajasthan during the Bharat Jodo Yatra. strong>

The third challenge is that of the Gurjar Reservation Struggle Committee in Rajasthan. Who has warned of opposing the Bharat Jodo Yatra. The committee is demanding to make Sachin Pilot the Chief Minister. Gurjar Aarakshan Sangharsh Samiti says that the Chief Minister of Rajasthan should be made from Gurjar community. There has been a warning of agitation regarding this. In such a situation, this visit of Rahul Gandhi may also have to face the Gujjar reservation movement.

What is the plan of Bharat Jodo Yatra

Rahul Gandhi The yatra has reached Madhya Pradesh.  It will reach near Jhalawar in Rajasthan on 3 December. Where Rahul Gandhi will also address the meeting. Passing through Jhalawar in Rajasthan, this yatra will cover Koto, Bundi, Sawai-Madhopur, Dosa, and then enter Alwar district.

 Rahul Gandhi started this yatra from Kanyakumari to Kashmir. It happened in the month of September. In the yatra, Rahul Gandhi will travel about 3570 kilometers on foot and now after about 3 months, this yatra is reaching the Hindi heartland after South India.

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