Will Congress be successful in the plan?: Rahul tries to tap traditional vote bank during Bharat Jodo Yatra in Delhi

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During the Bharat Jodo Yatra, Rahul Gandhi tried his best to help the traditional vote bank of the Congress slip away in Delhi. On the 22 km long route, he called people from the Muslim community and poor sections and youth and children standing on both sides of the road and talked to them. Though the convoy passed through seven assembly constituencies, they tried to convey the message of the yatra to the whole of Delhi.

South Delhi, East Delhi, New Delhi and Chandni Chowk parliamentary constituencies and Badarpur, Okhla, Tughlakabad, Jangpura, New Delhi, Matia Mahal and Chandni Chowk on the route through which Rahul Gandhi completed Bharat Jodo Yatra between Badarpur border to Red Fort. Assembly seats come. Before the arrival of the Aam Aadmi Party, out of seven assembly seats, except Badarpur, the remaining six were Congress strongholds. At the same time, before 2014, the Lok Sabha seats were also held by the Congress, but in the meantime, the Congress lost its mass base in the area. At present, one assembly seat is with the BJP and the rest with the Aam Aadmi Party, while all the Lok Sabha seats are with the BJP. The yatra has been taken out from the old stronghold of the Congress. Through this, he again tried to strengthen the land.

This is the reason why Rahul was seen interacting with common people during the entire journey. Called the elders standing on both sides of the yatra route and talked to them. Among them were many elders of the Muslim community. An old man had brought documents regarding his problem. Rahul listened to him in detail. During this many times youths from poorer sections were invited to walk together by gesturing. After this, these youth broke the cordon of the police and knocked on Rahul. After shaking hands with him, Rahul went on talking keeping his hand on her shoulder. He took information from the youth about their education and work. Rahul also called the children who were greeting him on the way. During this, he walked holding the hands of many little girls. He also caressed the girls and talked about studies.

Enthusiasm shown in the youth
State Congress President Anil Kumar, former MLA Alka Lamba, State Mahila Congress leader Amrita Dhawan, former councilor Yasmin Kidwai, Abhishek Dutt accompanied Rahul Gandhi all the way. On the participation of Sonia Gandhi and Priyanka Gandhi, the enthusiasm of the youth workers of Congress doubled and they started raising slogans along with Rahul Gandhi. Not only this, there was a competition among them to greet Rahul Gandhi as well as Priyanka Gandhi by giving voice to them.

Elderly leader missing, youths step in with Rahul
During the entry of Rahul Gandhi’s Bharat Jodo Yatra in Delhi, a new glimpse of the State Congress was seen. The yatra was occupied by the youth rather than the elders of the Congress and they were so enthusiastic during Rahul’s yatra that it was as if the Congress had captured the power of the country. In the journey from Badarpur border to Red Fort, the youth left no stone unturned to increase the enthusiasm of Rahul Gandhi. They kept shouting slogans of Jodo Jodo, Bharat Jodo all the way. He also shouted slogans of Rahul Gandhi in between.

This leader could not walk even a little distance with Rahul
Congress leaders Ajay Maken, Ramesh Kumar and two-four elderly leaders were seen in the yatra. In the beginning, these leaders walked in Rahul Gandhi’s journey only for a short distance. The special thing is that he could not walk even a step with Rahul Gandhi. Only former MP Udit Raj walked with Rahul Gandhi for some distance. However, all the leaders of the state Congress were present during the rest of the yatra at Ashram Chowk. Similarly, he also reached the Red Fort at the end of the journey. During this period also the youth leaders dominated. At the same time, even the elderly workers could not travel long distances.

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During the Bharat Jodo Yatra, Rahul Gandhi tried his best to help the traditional vote bank of the Congress slip away in Delhi. On the 22 km long route, he called people from the Muslim community and poor sections and youth and children standing on both sides of the road and talked to them. Though the convoy passed through seven assembly constituencies, they tried to convey the message of the yatra to the whole of Delhi.

South Delhi, East Delhi, New Delhi and Chandni Chowk parliamentary constituencies and Badarpur, Okhla, Tughlakabad, Jangpura, New Delhi, Matia Mahal and Chandni Chowk on the route through which Rahul Gandhi completed Bharat Jodo Yatra between Badarpur border to Red Fort. Assembly seats come. Before the arrival of the Aam Aadmi Party, out of seven assembly seats, except Badarpur, the remaining six were Congress strongholds. At the same time, before 2014, the Lok Sabha seats were also held by the Congress, but in the meantime the Congress lost its mass base in the area. At present, one assembly seat is with the BJP and the rest with the Aam Aadmi Party, while all the Lok Sabha seats are with the BJP. The yatra has been taken out from the old stronghold of the Congress. Through this, he again tried to strengthen the land.

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